[Micavibrio admirandus gen. et sp. nov].

@article{Lambina1982MicavibrioAG,
  title={[Micavibrio admirandus gen. et sp. nov].},
  author={V. A. Lambina and A. V. Afinogenova and S Romaĭ Penabad and S M Konovalova and A P Pushkareva},
  journal={Mikrobiologiia},
  year={1982},
  volume={51 1},
  pages={114-7}
}
Micavibrio gen. nov. (M.L. fem. n. mica--a tiny thing and M.L. masc. n. Vibroia generic name, M.L. masc. n. Micavibrio a tiny vibrio). Cells are single, small curved rods, in motile stage with a single polar not sheathed flagellum. Reproduced by binary division, gram-negative. Cells attach to host-bacteria cells and grow as exoparasites destroying the host… CONTINUE READING