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Cell wall Type IV. High lipid content which includes mycolic acids. Mycobacteriumb Mycococcusa Nocardiaceae Substrate mycelium fragments. Form nocardomycolic acids (lipid LCN-A) Cell wall Type IV Chains of spores may be formed on aerial and substrate mycelium. Gordonaa ' 'Mycobacteriwri' rhodochrous Micropolyspora Nocardiab Streptomycetaceae Non-fragmenting substrate mycelium and aerial mycelium. Aerobic. Cell wall Type I. Spores carried on aerial mycelium but may also be seen on substrate my­ celium Chains of arthrospores formed within a sheath.

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3· No aerial mycelium. Substrate mycelium fragments, bears single spores. Cell wall contains lysine but no aspartic acid. Non-fragmenting substrate and 4aerial mycelium. Cell wall Type IV. Spores formed on substrate and . aerial mycelium. 5- No substrate mycelium. Cell wall Type I. Holdfast supports short chain of zoospores. 2. a Taxonomy uncertain. b Genera OerskovicP Promicromonosporab Pseudonocardiaa Sporichthya Detected in litter. III. Identification Precise ecological work is dependent upon sound taxonomy.

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