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Journal of Morphology and Anatomy

ISSN: 2684-4265

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Atomic phylogenetic characterisation of a blue filamentous network from a basic warm spring (79–83°C) in Iceland uncovered that the blue fibers were associated with the Aquificales. The predominant succession type, pIce1, was most firmly identified with an arrangement (SRI-48) found in a white filamentous network from a different Icelandic warm spring and the pink fibers (EM17) from Yellowstone National Park. Fluorescent in situ hybridization with clone-explicit oligonucleotide tests demonstrated that the example investigated was basically a monoculture of a solitary phylotype

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