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Rhodobacter capsulatus is a species of purple bacteria, a group of bacteria that can obtain energy through photosynthesis. Its name is derived from the Latin adjective "capsulatus" ("with a chest", "encapsulated"), itself derived Latin noun "capsula" (meaning "a small box or chest"), and the associated Latin suffix...What is the morphology of RTR capsulatus?
R. capsulatus is a phototrophic bacterium with some distinctive characteristics. They can grow either as rods or as motile coccobacilli, which is dependent on their environment. At pH levels below 7, the bacterium is spherical and forms chains. When the pH rises above 7, they switch to rod morphology.What is a capsulated Staphylococcus?
Medical Definition of capsulated : enclosed in a capsule a capsulated staphylococcusWhat is the scientific name of Rhodopseudomonas capsulata?
The microorganism, then named Rhodonostoc capsulatum, was identified in 1907 in his book Die Purpurbakterien nach neuen Untersuchungen. C. B. van Niel then characterized the species further in 1944 where it was renamed Rhodopseudomonas capsulata.