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Genera Related to the Genus Bacillus—Sporolactobacillus, Sporosarcina, Planococcus, Filibacter and Caryophanon

  • Dieter Claus
  • Dagmar Fritze
  • Miloslav Kocur

Phylogenetic studies using comparisons of the oligonucleotide sequences of 16S rRNA have shown that taxa might group together which, according to classical taxonomy, would not have been found to be closely related. For instance, Fox et al. (1977) have shown that Sporolactobacillus may well be included in the genus Bacillus, and reference is not an exact match Pechman et al. (1976) and Fox et al. (1977) demonstrated that Sporosarcina ureae is more closely related to Bacillus pasteurii than are several other species of Bacillus. Similar studies suggest that a number of species or even genera, which, hitherto, have been placed in either nonsporeforming or Gram-negative taxa, should be placed close to the genus Bacillus and in particular to those species forming spherically shaped spores (Clausen et al., 1985; Stackebrandt et al., 1987). The dendrogram constructed according to these results shows a close neighboring relationship of Filibacter limicola to Bacillus globisporus, Planococcus...

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Bacillus Species Genus Bacillus Cattle Manure Dipicolinic Acid Sporulation Medium 
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  • Miloslav Kocur

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