Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology by Garrity, Berner, Creig

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Adj. L. masc. n. L. masc. n. Lamprobacter brilliant rod. 5 ‫ ן‬4–5 lm, multiply by binary fission, do not form aggregates. Gas vesicles formed in cell periphery or in the entire cytoplasm. Motile by flagella during certain stages of development. Motile cells normally devoid of gas vesicles. Gram negative, belong to the Gammaproteobacteria, and contain internal photosynthetic membranes of vesicular type with bacteriochlorophyll a and carotenoids as photosynthetic pigments. Photolithoautotrophic growth under anoxic conditions in the light with reduced sulfur compounds as electron donors.

Phylogenetic relationships among the Chromatiaceae, their taxonomic reclassification and description of the new genera Allochromatium, Halochromatium, Isochromatium, Marichromatium, Thiococcus, Thiohalocapsa, and Thermochromatium. Int. J. Syst. Bacteriol. 48: 1129–1143. 5 of the chapter describing the family Chromatiaceae. List of species of the genus Halochromatium 1. gens. L. n. sal salt; L. v. L. part. adj. salexigens salt-demanding. 5 lm, motile by means of a polar or subpolar tuft of flagella.

At high sulfide concentration (2–4 mM) and high light intensity (2000–4000 lux), all flagellated species become immobile as the result of slime formation that embeds groups of cells. For a given light intensity, the various species differ from each other with respect to the sulfide concentration at which the cells develop functional flagella and become motile. For a given sulfide concentration, the species differ with respect to the light intensity and mode of 7 illumination (diurnal light and dark periods) which allow the cells to become motile.

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