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Genus Catenococcus

Warning: In the List of Prokaryotic names with Standing in Nomenclature, an arrow () only indicates the sequence of valid publication of names and does not mean that the last name in the sequence must be used (see: Introduction).

Number of species cited in this file: 1
Number of subspecies cited in this file: 0

Classification (Warning: see also the file "Classification of prokaryotes: Introduction").

 

Catenococcus Sorokin 1994, gen. nov.
Type species: ¤ Catenococcus thiocycli corrig. Sorokin 1994.
Etymology: L. n. catena, chain; N.L. masc. n. coccus (from Gr. masc. n. kokkos, grain, seed), coccus, berry; N.L. masc. n. Catenococcus, a chain of berries.
Valid publication: Validation List no. 51. Int. J. Syst. Bacteriol., 1994, 44, 852.
Effective publication: SOROKIN (D.Y.): Catenococcus thiocyclus gen. nov. sp. nov.—a new facultatively anaerobic bacterium from a near-shore sulphidic hydrothermal area. J. Gen. Microbiol., 1992, 138, 2287-2292.
Validation List no. 51 in IJSEM Online - Effective publication Online

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Catenococcus thiocycli corrig. Sorokin 1994, sp. nov. (Type species of the genus.)
Type strain: (see also StrainInfo.net) TG 5-3 = ATCC 51228= DSM 9165 = LMD 92.12.
Sequence accession no. (16S rRNA gene) for the type strain: HE582778.
Etymology: Gr. n. theion (Latin transliteration thium), sulfur; L. n. cyclus, circle, cycle; N.L. gen. n. thiocycli, of a sulphur circle.
Valid publication: Validation List no. 51. Int. J. Syst. Bacteriol., 1994, 44, 852.
Effective publication: SOROKIN (D.Y.): Catenococcus thiocyclus gen. nov. sp. nov.—a new facultatively anaerobic bacterium from a near-shore sulphidic hydrothermal area. J. Gen. Microbiol., 1992, 138, 2287-2292.
Validation List no. 51 in IJSEM Online - Effective publication Online

Note: The original spelling of the specific epithet, thiocyclus (sic), has been corrected by Trüper and De' Clari 1997.
Reference: TRÜPER (H.G.) and DE' CLARI (L.): Taxonomic note: Necessary correction of specific epithets formed as substantives (nouns) "in apposition". Int. J. Syst. Bacteriol., 1997, 47, 908-909.
Original article in IJSB Online

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