Methanoculleus palmolei sp. nov., an irregularly coccoid methanogen from an anaerobic digester treating wastewater of a palm oil plant in north-Sumatra, Indonesia.

@article{Zellner1998MethanoculleusPS,
  title={Methanoculleus palmolei sp. nov., an irregularly coccoid methanogen from an anaerobic digester treating wastewater of a palm oil plant in north-Sumatra, Indonesia.},
  author={Gerhard Zellner and Paul Messner and Josef Winter and Erko Stackebrandt},
  journal={International journal of systematic bacteriology},
  year={1998},
  volume={48 Pt 4},
  pages={1111-7}
}
Strain INSLUZT (= DSM 4273T) was isolated from a biogas-producing bioreactor treating wastewater of a palm oil mill on North-Sumatra (Indonesia). Cells of strain INSLUZT were highly irregularly coccoid, 1.25-2.0 microns in diameter, had a cell envelope consisting of the cytoplasmic membrane and an S-layer of hexagonally arranged glycoprotein subunits with an M(r) of 120,000, and were flagellated (motility was not observed). Cells were mesophilic and grew most rapidly at 40 degrees C on H2/CO2… CONTINUE READING
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