Cytophagaceae


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Cytophagaceae

[‚sīd·ō·fə′gās·ē‚ē]
(microbiology)
A family of bacteria in the order Cytophagales; cells are rods or filaments, unsheathed cells are motile, filaments are not attached, and carotenoids are present.
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The results from the SSCP fingerprint showed that the taxonomic group Flavobacteria was dominant: a proteobacteria (mainly Rugeria lacuscaerulensis), [gamma]-proteobacteria, fusobacteria and Cytophagaceae, represented by Wandonia haliotis Haldis.
gamma]- piscicida proteobacteria h 48 M2a 94 Thalassobius gelatinovorus M2c 93 Planktotalea frisia [alpha]- proteobacteria M2d 98 Ruegeria lacuscaerulensis [alpha]- proteobacteria M2h 99 Unidentified alpha proteobacterium M2i 99 Uncultured bacterium clone Alibio h 0 A1a 90 Wandonia haliotis Haldis Flavobacteria A1c 90 Cytophaga fermentans Cytophagaceae A1d 90 Sebaldella termitidis A4a 90 Wandonia haliotis Haldis Flavobacteria A4b 90 Cytophaga fermentans Cytophagaceae A4c 96 Photobacterium damselae subsp.
Colwelliaceae Marine waters, MV-L ([gamma]-proteobacteria) sediments, deep-sea vents, marine invertebrates, organic materials NS-L, Flammeovirigaceae (Sphi Marine sediment, MV-L ngobacteria) marine invertebrates NS-F2, Cytophagaceae Marine MV-F2, V.