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Abstract

A new genus of fastidiously anaerobic bacteria which produce a homoacetic fermentation is described. Cells are gram-positive, oval-shaped, short rods which are actively motile by means of one or two subterminal flagella. Hydrogen is oxidized, and carbon dioxide is reduced to acetic acid. Organic substrates which are fermented in a mineral medium include fructose, glucose, lactate, glycerate, and formate. Pantothenate is required as a growth factor. The deoxyribonucleic acid base composition of the type species is 39 mol% guanine plus cytosine. The name is proposed for this new genus, which is tentatively placed in the family . The type species, sp. nov., is named in honor of Harland G. Wood. The type strain of is WB1 (= ATCC 29683 and DSM 1030).

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1977-10-01
2020-01-23
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