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Clostridiaceae

was proposed for these organisms, with the name Clostridiaceae,1 and it was ..

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CERTAIN GENERA OF THE CLOSTRIDIACEAE was proposed for
was proposed for these organisms, with thename Clostridiaceae,' and it was .
Phylogenetic Characterization of Microbial Communities That
members of the Clostridiaceae (within the low G + C Gram- positives).
Assigning 16S taxonomy with GAST Global Assignment of
Aug 6, 2011 Clostridiaceae; Clostridium; perfringens. USearch.
Phylogenetic diversity of a SRB-rich marine biofilm
with the Clostridiaceae family of low G+C, Gram-posi- tive bacteria. Three clones (2.7%) were closely related to.
1 Revised Road Map to the Phylum Firmicutes Wolfgang Ludwig
The family Clostridiaceae comprises 13 genera in the current outline (Fig.

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L'appendice è una riserva di batteri "buoni", una difesa per l'intestino
Secondo i gastroenterologi, chi ha subito l'asportazione dell'appendice è maggiormente a rischio di contrarre un'infezione causata dal batterio denominato Clostridium difficile, appartenente alla famiglia Clostridiaceae.

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Clostridiaceae - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Clostridiaceae are a family of the Clostridia, and contains the Clostridium genus.
Category:Clostridiaceae - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Category:Clostridiaceae. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
The ISME Journal - Abstract of article: Clostridiaceae and
Jul 8, 2010 Clostridiaceae and Enterobacteriaceae as active fermenters in earthworm gut content.
Clostridiaceae and Enterobacteriaceae as active fermenters in
Jul 8, 2010 Clostridiaceae and Enterobacteriaceae were users of glucose-derived carbon.
Clostridiaceae
Family Clostridiaceae Clostridiaceae Pribram 1933, familia. Type genus: ¤ Clostridium Prazmowski 1880 Clostridiaceae, the Clostridium family.

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