Cytophaga


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Cytophaga

a GENUS of gliding, non-fruiting BACTERIA, that are important degraders of CELLULOSE in SOIL. Compare MYXOBACTERIA.
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serrata, has been tested for antibacterial activity towards a number of commonly occurred bacteria such as Cytophaga sp., Vibrio furnissii, Alteromonas sp., Flexibacter sp., and Pseudomonas sp.
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