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Themoanaerobacterium aotearoense sp . nov . , a Slightly Acidophilic , Anaerobic Thermophile Isolated from Various Hot Springs in New Zealand , and Emendation of the Genus Tl-zewnoanaerobacten ’ um

@inproceedings{Liu2008ThemoanaerobacteriumAS,
  title={Themoanaerobacterium aotearoense sp . nov . , a Slightly Acidophilic , Anaerobic Thermophile Isolated from Various Hot Springs in New Zealand , and Emendation of the Genus Tl-zewnoanaerobacten ’ um},
  author={Shu-Ying Liu and Fred A. Rainey and Hugh W. Morgan and Frank Mayer and ’ Juergenwiegel},
  year={2008}
}
Six moderately acidophilic, thermophilic bacterial strains with similar properties were isolated from geothermally heated water and sediment samples collected in New Zealand. These Gram stain-negative but Gram type-positive, rod-shaped bacteria formed oval terminal endospores. The cells were peritrichously flagellated and exhibited tumbling motility. At 60°C the pH range for growth was 3.8 to 6.8, and the optimum pH was 5.2 when the organisms were grown with xylose. At pH 5.2 the temperature… 

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