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R. Woese, personal communication). , 1982). 3 μΐΏ. A polar tuft of flagella is present. Cells lyse in dilute SDS, and the cell wall contains at least one major glycoprotein. H2 + C 0 2 and formate are the only substrates for methanogenesis. 1 M. Acetate is probably a required carbon source. Yeast extract and peptone are stimulatory. 5. The second family of the Methanomicrobiales, Methanosarcinaceae, contains one genus and one species in the original classification of Balch et al. (1979). At that time, all methanogens that used acetate, methanol, or methylamines be­ longed to this species.

Two similar isolates have been reported. First, a coccus isolated from the Great Salt Lake uses only methylamines, methanol, and methionine as substrates (Paterek and Smith, 1983). 0 M. 25 μιη in diameter), which was isolated from coastal sediments (König and Stetter, 1982). A single flagellum is present. Methanol and methylamines are substrates. 49 M. Vitamins stimulate growth. 9. Whether or not these isolates and Methanococcoides methylutens repre­ sent one or more novel species has not been determined.

A polar tuft of flagella is present. Cells lyse in dilute SDS, and the cell wall contains at least one major glycoprotein. H2 + C 0 2 and formate are the only substrates for methanogenesis. 1 M. Acetate is probably a required carbon source. Yeast extract and peptone are stimulatory. 5. The second family of the Methanomicrobiales, Methanosarcinaceae, contains one genus and one species in the original classification of Balch et al. (1979). At that time, all methanogens that used acetate, methanol, or methylamines be­ longed to this species.

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