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The family Halobacteriaceae



The family Halobacteriaceae



The prokaryotes; a handbook on the biology of bacteria: ecophysiology, isolation, identification, applications, volI (Ed. 2): 768-808



The history of the family of Halobacteriaceae and of some of the major strs is described. Before the advent of refrigeration, members of the family were commonly associated with the spoilage of salted fish, meat or hides. Work on the family and current taxonomic treatments are reviewed. Their ecophysiology, cultivation, isolation, identification, biochemical properties and metabolism are described.

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