Phylogeny and diversity of Achromatium oxaliferum.

  title={Phylogeny and diversity of Achromatium oxaliferum.},
  author={Frank Oliver Gl{\"o}ckner and H D Babenzien and J{\"o}rg Wulf and Rudolf I Amann},
  journal={Systematic and applied microbiology},
  volume={22 1},
Achromatium oxaliferum was first described in 1893 by Schewiakoff as an unusually large bacterium living in freshwater sediments. Up to now no pure culture is available. Physical enrichments of achromatia collected from the acidic Lake Fuchskuhle, which houses a peculiar, smaller variety, and the neutral Lake Stechlin were investigated by the cultivation-independent rRNA approach. PCR in combination with cloning and sequencing was used for the retrieval of 24 partial and 4 nearly full-length… CONTINUE READING


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