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Commensal bacteria living with two multicellular algae: Antithamnion plumula (Ellis) Thuret and Cladophora rupestris (L.) Kuetzing (Linne), Kuetzing: phenotypic characterization
Barbeyron, T.; Berger, Y. (1989). Commensal bacteria living with two multicellular algae: Antithamnion plumula (Ellis) Thuret and Cladophora rupestris (L.) Kuetzing (Linne), Kuetzing: phenotypic characterization. Cah. Biol. Mar. 30(3): 361-374
In: Cahiers de Biologie Marine. Station Biologique de Roscoff: Paris. ISSN 0007-9723, more
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  • Barbeyron, T.
  • Berger, Y.

Abstract
    From 3 strains of the red algae Antithamnion plumula and one strain of the green alga Cladophora rupestris, 27 strains of marine bacteria have been isolated and characterized. The various genera encountered were Pseudomonas, Alteromonas, Acinetobacter, Moraxella, Deleya, Flavobacterium, Cytophoga and Vibrio. Some species were found on both algae: Pseudomas gelidicola, Pseudomonas elongata, Acinetobacte sp., Deleya marina and Alteromonas macleodii. In view of obtaining axenic algae, the reactions of these bacteria to different antibacterial products and to 19 antibiotics, have been studied. The most efficient antibiotics are rifampicin and carbenicilion.

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