Paenibacillus macerans is a diazotroph bacterium found in soil and plants capable of nitrogen fixation and fermentation. This bacteria was originally discovered in 1905 by an Austrian biologist named Schardinger and thought to be a bacillus.

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  • Paenibacillus macerans is a diazotroph bacterium found in soil and plants capable of nitrogen fixation and fermentation. This bacteria was originally discovered in 1905 by an Austrian biologist named Schardinger and thought to be a bacillus. (en)
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  • (Alarie and Gray 1947)
  • (Alerie and Gray 1947)
  • (Cameron et al. 1936)
  • (Donker 1926)
  • (Eisenberg 1942)
  • (Kluyver and van Niel 1936)
  • (Northrop et al. 1919)
  • (Pribram 1933)
  • (Schardinger 1905)
  • Aerobacillus macerans
  • Aerobacillus schuylkilliensis
  • Bacillus acetoethylicum
  • Bacillus betanigrificans
  • Bacillus macerans
  • Bacillus soli
  • Bacillus vagans
  • Bactrillum macerans
  • Zymobacillus macerans
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  • Paenibacillus macerans
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  • Paenibacillus macerans
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  • Paenibacillus macerans is a diazotroph bacterium found in soil and plants capable of nitrogen fixation and fermentation. This bacteria was originally discovered in 1905 by an Austrian biologist named Schardinger and thought to be a bacillus. (en)
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  • Paenibacillus macerans (en)
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