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Summary: Soil-enrichment cultures in a medium containing 0·1 % (v/v) pyridine as the sole organic compound gave plate counts of more than 1000 million organisms/ml. Organisms of the genus were able to utilize pyridine, aniline, nicotinic acid, nitrobenzene, or phenol + ammonium ion as sole source of carbon, nitrogen and energy.

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