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Abstract

DNA base composition, DNA-DNA homology and long-chain fatty acid studies were performed on and These species possess similar mol % G + C values (about 37 to 41), long-chain fatty acid profiles and belong to a single DNA homology group. On the basis of the present and earlier studies it is proposed that (Orla-Jensen) be reclassified as subsp. comb. nov.

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