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sulfurospirillum cavolei sp. nov., a facultatively anaerobic sulfur-reducing bacterium isolated from an underground crude oil storage cavity.a novel facultatively anaerobic sulfur-reducing bacterium, designated strain phe91(t), was isolated from petroleum-contaminated groundwater in an underground crude oil storage cavity at kuji in iwate, japan. cells of strain phe91(t) were slightly curved rods with single polar flagella. optimum growth was observed at ph 7.0 and 30 degrees c. the novel strain utilized elemental sulfur, thiosulfate, sulfite, dithionite, arsenate, nitrate and dmso as electron acceptors with lactate as an energy and ...200717392214
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