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Abstract

Several authors have suggested that Dorey 1959 should be removed from the genus and that it might be a species. An extensive study of the morphological, physiological, biochemical, and antimicrobial lytic properties of the holotypic strain NCIB 9059 (ATCC 19366) of has revealed that it is more properly classified as Stanier 1947. The guanine-plus-cytosine ratio of 33 mol% agrees with the range reported for (30 to 35 mol%).

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