Bacillus pycnus sp. nov. and Bacillus neidei sp. nov., round-spored bacteria from soil.

@article{Nakamura2002BacillusPS,
  title={Bacillus pycnus sp. nov. and Bacillus neidei sp. nov., round-spored bacteria from soil.},
  author={Lawrence K. Nakamura and Osamu Shida and Hitoshi Takagi and Kazuya Komagata},
  journal={International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology},
  year={2002},
  volume={52 Pt 2},
  pages={
          501-5
        }
}
Bacillus sphaericus sensu lato currently consists of seven or more groups of unrelated taxa, one of which is B. sphaericus sensu stricto and another of which is Bacillus fusiformis. Members of two groups (groups 6 and 7), in common with all other B. sphaericus-like organisms, are unable to grow anaerobically or to use common hexoses, pentoses and hexitols as sources of carbon, have G+C contents of 34-36 mol % and form round spores. Groups 6 and 7 can be differentiated from other B. sphaericus… CONTINUE READING
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