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The Genus Ectothiorhodospira

  • Hans G. Trüper
  • Johannes F. Imhoff

Abstract

The genus Ectothiorhodospira is precisely characterized by its name: spiral cells of red color, depositing sulfur globules outside the cells.

Keywords

Trace Element Solution Phototrophic Bacterium Purple Sulfur Bacterium Sulfur Globule Phototrophic Sulfur Bacterium 
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  • Hans G. Trüper
  • Johannes F. Imhoff

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