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Thiovulum majus is a species of bacteria and a member of the phylum Proteobacteria. This sulfide-oxidizing species has been observed to swim at speeds as high as 2 metres per hour, faster than that recorded for any other bacterial species.
- Garcia-Pichel, F (June 1989). "Rapid bacterial swimming measured in swarming cells of Thiovulum majus.". Journal of Bacteriology. 171 (6): 3560–3. PMC . PMID 2498293.
- Fenchel, T. (1 November 1994). "Motility and chemosensory behaviour of the sulphur bacterium Thiovulum majus". Microbiology. 140 (11): 3109–3116. doi:10.1099/13500872-140-11-3109.
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