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Cellulosic pellicles and water-soluble mucous substances are not produced. Not pigmented. Grows in the glucose range between 2 % and 40 % (w/v), with an optimum around 10 % (w/v). High glucose concentration, for example, 10 % D-glucose (w/v), is preferable for growth. Osmophilic. 5. Temperature for growth ranges from 20 to 33 C; the optimum is around 25–30 C. 0. 0. 8 %). The major quinone is Q-10. The DNA GþC content is 52–53 mol%. For more details of characteristics, see Komagata et al. (2014).
1998) Yamada, Yukphan, Vu, Muramatsu, Ochaikul, Tanasupawat and Nakagawa 2013 Basonym: Acetobacter intermedius Boesch, Trcˇek, Sievers and Teuber 1998. Synonym: Gluconacetobacter intermedius (Boesch et al. 1998) Yamada 2000. For the characteristics of the species, refer to Boesch et al. (1998) and Yamada (2000). The type strain is TF2T (¼ DSM 11804T ¼ JCM 16936T ¼ BCC 36447T ¼ LMG 18909T), isolated from a commercially available tea fungus beverage (Kombucha) in Switzerland. 55 mol%. 6 Gluconacetobacter entanii Schu¨ller, Hertel and Hammes 2000 For the characteristics of the species, refer to Schu¨ller et al.
D-Gluconate, 2-keto-D-gluconate, and 5-keto-D-gluconate are produced from D-glucose. Acid is produced from L-arabinose, D-xylose, D-glucose, Dgalactose, D-mannose, melibiose, sucrose, or D-mannitol. Methanol is not utilized. Ammoniac nitrogen is not assimilated on Hoyer–Frateur medium with D-glucose, Dmannitol, or ethanol. Cellulosic pellicles and water-soluble mucous substances are not produced. Not pigmented. Grows in the glucose range between 2 % and 40 % (w/v), with an optimum around 10 % (w/v).
Analysis of Ecological Communities by Bruce McCune, James Grace