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3 The Family Caldicoprobacteraceae

@inproceedings{BouananeDarenfed20143TF,
  title={3 The Family Caldicoprobacteraceae},
  author={Amel Bouanane-Darenfed and Marie Laure Fardeau and Bernard Ollivier},
  year={2014}
}
The family Caldicoprobacteraceae belongs to the order Clostridiales, phylum Firmicutes. It embraces the genus Caldicoprobacter which contains three recognized species: C. oshimai, C. algeriensis, and C. guelmensis, together with Acetomicrobium faecale which should be reclassified within the genus Caldicoprobacter as C. faecale, comb. nov. Members of the family are defined by a wide range of morphological and chemotaxonomic properties including the cellular fatty acids content. They are all… 
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