CIP 105236
Marinobacterium iners
ATCC 700074;CECT 7200
Heterotypic synonym: Marinobacterium georgiense
United States of America
30 °C
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1997, J. Gonzales, Georgia Univ., Athens, GA, USA, Marinobacterium georgiense: strain KW-40
Coastal seawater
Degrades liguin related compounds
Formerly type strain of Marinobacterium georgiense (Gonzales et al. 1997) emend. Satomi et al. 2002 Marinobacterium georgiense González et al. 1997 and Pseudomonas iners Iizuka and Komagata 1964 (Approved Lists 1980) are considered to belong to the genus Marinobacterium González et al. 1997, the earliest epithet (from the competing heterotypic synonyms) is to be used for the resulting taxon, i.e., the combination Marinobacterium iners (Iizuka and Komagata 1964) has been created
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