Photobacterium phosphoreum

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Pho·to·bac·te·ri·um phos·pho·'re·um

a luminescent species found on dead fish and in sea water; it is the type species of the genus Photobacterium.
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Also, altogether two different photobacterial strains: Vibrio fischeri NRRL-B 11177 (strain used in Microtox test by Azur Environmental, USA as well as in VF1500 and BioTox[TM] preparation by ThermoLabsystems, Finland) and Photobacterium phosphoreum strain FEI 162095 (registered in the Finnish Environment Institute) were applied.
Ecotoxicity of Chemicals to Photobacterium phosphoreum // Handbooks of Ecotoxicological Data.
1986), or as Photobacterium phosphoreum according to that of Alsina and Blanch (1994a).
These are primarily related to toxicity toward the four aquatic species Poecilia reticulata, Daphnia magma, Chlorella pyrenoidina, and Photobacterium phosphoreum.
QSAR study of the toxicity to nitrobenzene derivatives towards Daphnia magna, Chlorella pyrenoidosa and Photobacterium phosphoreum.
In our previous study, we found that La was biologically toxic in aqueous solution and in soil, and there was a significant negative correlation between the relative luminosity of Photobacterium phosphoreum [T.