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Extra info for Anoxygenic Photosynthetic Bacteria (Advances in Photosynthesis and Respiration)
We distinguish two major physiological groups of Chromatiaceae, metabolically specialized and versatile species. Among the specialized species are Chromatium okenii, Cm. weissei, Cm. warmingii, Cm. buderi, Cm. tepidum, Thiospirillum jenense, Thiocapsa pfennigii, and the gas-vacuolated species of the genera Lamprocystis and Thiodictyon. These species depend on strictly anaerobic conditions and are obligatory phototrophic. Sulfide is required; thiosulfate and hydrogen are not used as electron donors.
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