- S.-J. KimAffiliated withMarine Biotechnology Research Centre, Korea Ocean Research and Development Institute
- , K. K. KwonAffiliated withMarine Biotechnology Research Centre, Korea Ocean Research and Development Institute
Many clones and isolates affiliated to the Bacteroidetes have been reported from hydrocarbon-contaminated environments. However, most of these isolates could not be confirmed as hydrocarbon degraders. Only one strain, Yeosuana aromativorans, is reported to be a hydrocarbon-degrading species of the Bacteroidetes. Some other isolates, belonging to Bacteroidetes, will also be described.
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- Handbook of Hydrocarbon and Lipid Microbiology
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