Planctomyces maris sp. nov.: a Marine Isolate of the Planctomyces-Blastocaulis Group of Budding Bacteria

@article{Bauld1976PlanctomycesMS,
  title={Planctomyces maris sp. nov.: a Marine Isolate of the Planctomyces-Blastocaulis Group of Budding Bacteria},
  author={John Bauld and James T Staley},
  journal={Microbiology},
  year={1976},
  volume={97},
  pages={45-55}
}
SUMMARY: A new marine strain of the Planctomyces-Blastocaulis group of stalked, budding bacteria was isolated: the name Planctomyces maris is proposed. Cells were spherical to ovoid, exhibited longitudinal symmetry and had a single fibrillar appendage located at one pole of mature cells. Reproduction occurred by budding at the opposite pole of the cell. The resulting daughter cell was motile by a single subpolar flagellum. The organism was an obligately aerobic, mesophilic heterotroph which… Expand

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