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Image #   29129B
Name:   Clostridium phytofermentans - Gram-positive, rod prokaryote (bacterium)
Copyright:   Copyright 2009 Dennis Kunkel Microscopy, Inc.
Description:   Caption: Clostridium phytofermentans - Gram-positive, anaerobic, rod shaped prokaryote (bacterium). C. phytofermentans is a spore-forming bacterium that naturally occurs amongst decomposing plant and animal matter. In this image both vegetative and spore-forming cells (with rounded cell tips) are seen. C. phytofermentans is a soil bacterium that can utilize lignocellulose (a type of cellulose) to generate ethanol, thus making it a possible candidate for use in ethanol production. Cellulose is prominent in cell walls of higher plant life and thus is an important by product of agricultural and municipal waste. Microorganisms primarily carry out the decomposition of cellulose and this process is an important step in the cycling of carbon in the biosphere. Cellulolytic Clostridium species are very important in biotechnology due to their ability to convert cellulose biomass in to fuels such as ethanol. Clostridium species also play an important role in putrefaction.
Magnification*: x6,665
Type: SEM
    *(Magnifications are based on a 35mm slide image of 24mm in the narrow dimension.)
Keywords:   29129B bacteria bacterium spore forming cellulose fermentation soil bacterium Clostridium Clostridium phytofermentans SEM Firmicutes lignocellulose lignocellulose fermentation lignocellulosic waste Clostridiales Clostridiaceae cellulose biomass cellulosic biomass bacteria fermentation bacterial fermentation biotechnology ethanol production cellulolytic cellulolytic bacteria cellulolytic bacterium cellulolytic clostridia cellulolytic clostridium cellulose degrading bacteria cellulose degrading bacterium cellulose degrading microbe cellulose degrading microbes cellulose degrading microorganism cellulose degrading microorganisms biotech research ethanol fuel ethanol fuel supplement fuel production fuel supplement spore forming bacillus spore forming bacteria spore forming bacterium spore-forming spore-forming bacillus spore-forming bacteria spore-forming bacterium fermenting bacteria fermenting bacterium fermenting microbe fermenting microbes fermenting microorganism fermenting microorganisms anaerobe anaerobic anaerobic bacteria anaerobic bacterium obligate anaerobe biosphere carbon biosphere carbon recycling carbon cycle carbon recycling biomass fuels cellulose biomass fuel cellulose biomass fuels bacilli bacillus bacteria toxin bacteria toxins bacterial pathogen bacterial toxin clostridia Clostridium difficile endospore endospore-forming endospore forming flagella flagellum Gram-positive Gram positive motile prokaryote rod-shaped rod shaped rod shaped bacteria soil bacteria soil microbe soil organism spore biomass fuel fermentation bacteria fermentation bacterium fermentation microbe fermentation microbes fermentation microorganism fermentation microorganisms biomass recycling rod-shaped bacterium soil microbes spore-forming bacilli dividing division vegetative 08.01.09

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