Candidatus Achromatium palustre
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ABSTRACT Achromatium oxaliferum is a large sulfur bacterium easily recognized by large intracellular calcium carbonate bodies… Expand Achromatium is the largest freshwater bacterium known to date and easily recognised by conspicuous calcite bodies filling the… Expand Polyploid bacteria are common, but the genetic and functional diversity resulting from polyploidy is unknown. Here we use single… Expand Abstract“Candidatus Achromatium palustre” was recently described as the first marine representative of the Achromatium spp. in… Expand The family Achromatiaceae (comprising the single genus Achromatium) is a group of morphologically conspicuous, single-celled… Expand The names of newly described genera and species appear in bold type. All taxa indexed are cnidarian or ctenophoran unless… Expand ABSTRACT The diversity and ecology of natural communities of the uncultivated bacterium Achromatium oxaliferum were studied by… Expand Achromatium oxaliferum was first described in 1893 by Schewiakoff as an unusually large bacterium living in freshwater sediments… Expand Achromatium oxaliferum is a large, morphologically conspicuous, sediment-dwelling bacterium. The organism has yet to be cultured… Expand