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Haloarcula

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Domain  Archaea
Phylum  Euryarchaeota
Order  Halobacteriales
Scientific name  Haloarcula
Kingdom  Euryarchaeota
Class  Halobacteria
Family  Halobacteriaceae
Rank  Genus
Haloarcula Haloarcula
Similar  Haloarchaea, Haloferax, Halorubrum, Halobacteriaceae, Halobacterium

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In taxonomy, Haloarcula is a genus of the Halobacteriaceae.

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Description and significance

Haloarcula A New Way to Metabolize Acetate In Halarcula

Haloarcula species are extreme halophilic archaea. They are distinguished from other genera in the Halobacteriaceae family by the presence of specific derivatives of TGD-2 polar lipids. Currently, seven recognized species are in the genus: H. vallismortis, H. marismortui, H. hispanica, H. japonica, H. argentinensis, H. mukohataei, and H. quadrata. H. quadrata was first isolated when researchers were attempting to culture Haloquadratum walsbyi, a haloarchaeon that was thought to be unculturable until 2004. H. quadrata has predominantly flat, square-shaped, somewhat pleomorphic cells.

Haloarcula Index of krobertsLectureChapter 11

Haloarcula species grow optimally at 40–45 °C. Growth appears in sheets of up to 65 cells often in the shape of a square or triangle.

Ecology

Haloarcula Large Ribosomal Subunit of Haloarcula Marismortui

Haloarcula species are found in neutral saline environments such as salt lakes, marine salterns, and saline soils. Like other members of the Halobacteriaceae family, Haloarcula requires at least 1.5 M NaCl for growth, but grow optimally in 2.0 to 4.5 M NaCl.


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References

Haloarcula Wikipedia


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