Hyphomicrobium

Hyphomicrobium

[‚hī·fō·mī′krō·bē·əm]
(microbiology)
A genus of prosthecate bacteria; they reproduce by budding at hyphal tips; cells are rod-shaped with pointed ends, ovoid, or bean-shaped; hyphae are not septate.
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