Query: NC_016885:276000 Pyrobaculum oguniense TE7 chromosome, complete genome Lineage: Pyrobaculum oguniense; Pyrobaculum; Thermoproteaceae; Thermoproteales; Crenarchaeota; Archaea General Information: Pyrobaculum oguniense is a hyperthermophilic, heterotrophic, rod-shaped archaeon isolated from a terrestrial hot spring at Oguni-cho, Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan. It grows under aerobic, microaerobic and anaerobic conditions: the optimal temperature and pH for growth are between 90-94 degrees C and pH 7.0-7.5. This organism can use sulfur and thiosulfate for growth under anaerobic conditions. Location: Japan, Tsuetate Hot Spring, Kumamoto prefecture.
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General Information: This organism was isolated from the sea floor of a solfataric (volcanic area that gives off gas) environment with temperatures up to 112 degrees C at a depth of 9 m, off the shore of Sao Miguel Island, Azores. Hyperthermophilic sulfur-reducing archaeon. This bacterium is an extreme hyperthermophilic, anaerobic, sulfur-reducing archaeon. Grows optimally at 95-106 degress C, with a NaCl concentration of 17 g/l and a pH of 7.0.