Biodiversity Science ›› 2001, Vol. 09 ›› Issue (3): 207-213.doi: 10.17520/biods.2001032

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A preliminary study on ecological diversity of myxobacter ia

FANG Xiao-Mei ZHANG Li-Ping   

  1. College of Lif e Sciences , Hebei University , Baoding , Hebei 071002
  • Received:2001-01-15 Revised:2001-05-28 Online:2001-08-20
  • ZHANG LiPing

Through study on ecological diversity of myxobacteria in some areas of Hebei , Yunnan , and the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau , more than 150 st rains of 10 genera ( Archangium , Myxococcus , Cystobacter , Corallococcus , Melit tangium , Sorangium , Polyangium , Chondromyces , Angiococcus and Stigmatella) of Myxococcales were isolated from 42 samples , including some special strains that have never been described before. These strains were preliminary identified to generic level by their fruiting bodies , swarms , myxospores and vegetative cells. Comparison of myxobacteria statistics with the different sites , vegetations and nut rition sources of these special habitat sshows wide distribution and variety of ecological diversity of myxobacteria. This sets a strong base for developing and utilizing myxobacteria efficiently.

Key words: alien marine species, impact

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