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Abstract

SUMMARY: Three distinct species of the genus lacking chloroplasts and therefore obligately heterotrophic, were isolated in pure culture from various marine shores. The organisms reproduced rapidly in a defined medium based on an artificial sea water supplemented with mineral nutrients, thiamine and cobalamin. Lactate or succinate served as sole organic carbon source for all three species; two of the species also used glucose or glutamate. Two of the species were identified as Benecke and Benecke, respectively. The third organism appears to be a new species, here named

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1967-03-01
2019-12-13
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