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The Genus Oceanospirillum

  • Bruno Pot
  • Monique Gillis
  • Jozef De Ley

Abstract

Although Oceanospirillum (Hylemon et al., 1973) is a genus that has been only recently described, some of its members have a very long history as former species of the genus Spirillum (Ehrenberg, 1832).

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Marine Shellfish Synthetic Seawater Marine Mussel Single Carbon Source Calcium Lactate 
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  • Bruno Pot
  • Monique Gillis
  • Jozef De Ley

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