sphingomonas zeae sp. nov., isolated from the stem of zea mays.a yellow-pigmented bacterial isolate (strain jm-791t) obtained from the healthy internal stem tissue of 1-month-old corn (zea mays, cultivar 'sweet belle') grown at the plant breeding unit of the e.v. smith research center in tallassee (elmore county), alabama, usa, was taxonomically characterized. the study employing a polyphasic approach, including 16s rna gene sequence analysis, physiological characterization, estimation of the ubiquinone and polar lipid patterns, and fatty acid composition, ...201525944808
using haplotypes to monitor the migration of fall armyworm (lepidoptera: noctuidae) corn-strain populations from texas and florida.fall armyworm, spodoptera frugiperda (j. e. smith) (lepidoptera: noctuidae), infestations in most of north america north of mexico arise from annual migrations of populations that overwinter in southern texas and florida. a comparison of the cytochrome oxidase i haplotype profiles within the fall armyworm corn-strain, the subgroup that preferentially infests corn (zea mays l.) and sorghum (sorghum vulgare pers.), identified significant differences in the proportions of certain haplotypes between ...200818613574
kosakonia pseudosacchari sp. nov., an endophyte of zea mays.a beige pigmented bacterial strain (jm-387(t)), isolated from field-grown corn root tissue, tallassee, alabama, was studied for its taxonomic allocation. a comparison of the 16s rrna gene sequence with those of the type strains of most closely related species of the family enterobacteriaceae showed highest sequence similarities to the type strain of kosakonia sacchari (99.5%), "enterobacter oryzendophyticus" (98.8%), and kosakonia radicincitans (98.6%). construction of phylogenetic trees based o ...201626597455
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