REISOLATION AND EMENDATION OF DESCRIPTION OF VIBRIO MARINUS (RUSSELL) FORD

@article{Colwell1964REISOLATIONAE,
  title={REISOLATION AND EMENDATION OF DESCRIPTION OF VIBRIO MARINUS (RUSSELL) FORD},
  author={Rita R. Colwell and Richard Y. Morita},
  journal={Journal of Bacteriology},
  year={1964},
  volume={88},
  pages={831 - 837}
}
Colwell, Rita R. (Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.), and Richard Y. Morita. Reisolation and emendation of description of Vibrio marinus (Russell) Ford. J. Bacteriol. 88:831–837. 1964.—Sixteen fresh isolates from the marine environment were subjected to taxonomic analysis. From the taxonomic data, both quantitative and qualitative, these strains appear to form a species-group closely related to the Vibrio marinus isolated by Russell from the gulf of Naples in 1891. The V. marinus species… Expand

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