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Abstract

SUMMARY: A new species of was isolated from sphagnum litter overlying a peat bog. It was non-fermenting and assimilated glucose, sucrose, maltose, lactose, galactose and potassium nitrate. The proposed name is A new species, which it is proposed to name was isolated from the leaves of pasture grasses. Cultures on solid media were reddish pink and fluid in consistency. Glucose, sucrose, galactose and potassium nitrate were assimilated.

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1958-02-01
2022-01-22
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