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Abstract

ATCC 15749, a hydrogen bacterium placed in by Packer and Vishniac (1955) and then transferred to by Davis et al. (1969), is peritrichous and belongs in the genus . ATCC 15749 is the type strain of Packer and Vishniac, and by reason of its transfer to the genus , the name of the species becomes (Packer and Vishniac) comb. nov. It differs from by lacking the ability both to use aromatic compounds and to denitrify and by possessing broad, sheathed flagella.

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