Hedlund & Staley, 2001
Vibrio cyclitrophicus (previously known as Vibrio cyclotrophicus )  is a polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH)-degrading marine bacterium. The type strain is P-2P44T (=ATCC 700982T=PICC 106644T).
Its cells are rod-shaped, some cells being curved. A high percentage of cells are motile during exponential growth, and a few cells are motile during stationary phase. Cells possess either one or two polar or subpolar flagella. Exponential-phase cells measured 0.6-5.0 μm. Some cells form involution bodies during stationary phase.
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