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The Prokaryotes pp 3688-3690 | Cite as

The Genus Haliscomenobacter

  • Eppe Gerke Mulder
  • Maria H. Deinema

Abstract

In the 1st edition of The Prokaryotes, the genus Haliscomenobacter was considered together with bacteria of the genera Sphaerotilus and Leptothrix, but Haliscomenobacter is not closely related to these other Gram-negative sheathed bactera.

Keywords

Activate Sludge Filamentous Bacterium Sludge Floc Filamentous Organism Activate Sludge Floc 
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  • Eppe Gerke Mulder
  • Maria H. Deinema

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