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[study of bacteria from the dry soils of morocco: ultrastructure of brevibacterium halotolerans]. 19694180583
reclassification of brevibacterium halotolerans dsm8802 as bacillus halotolerans comb. nov. based on microbial and biochemical characterization and multiple gene sequence.brevibacterium halotolerans is currently classified as a member of the brevibacterium genus, a genus that groups together many bacterial species of similar morphology but diverse biochemical and physiological features. here we suggest, based on multiple gene sequencing and microbial and biochemical characterization of two environmental isolates and one type strain (dsm8802), that the b. halotolerans dsm8802 (and probably the other deposited under this species name) should be re-classified into t ...201727717990
genome analysis shows bacillus axarquiensis is not a later heterotypic synonym of bacillus mojavensis; reclassification of bacillus malacitensis and brevibacterium halotolerans as heterotypic synonyms of bacillus axarquiensis.bacillus axarquiensis and bacillus malacitensis were previously reported to be later heterotypic synonyms of bacillus mojavensis, based primarily on dna-dna relatedness values. we have sequenced draft genomes of bacillus axarquiensis nrrl b-41617t and bacillus malacitensis nrrl b-41618t. comparative genomics and dna-dna relatedness calculations showed that while bacillus axarquiensis and bacillus malacitensis are synonymous with each other, they are not synonymous with bacillus mojavensis. in ad ...201627030978
the consequences of bacillus axarquiensis ruiz-garcía et al. 2005, bacillus malacitensis ruiz-garcía et al. 2005 and brevibacterium halotolerans delaporte and sasson 1967 (approved lists 1980) being treated as heterotypic synonyms.in a recent publication, data was presented supporting bacillus axarquiensis ruiz-garcía et al. 2005, bacillus malacitensis ruiz-garcía et al. 2005 and brevibacterium halotolerans delaporte and sasson 1967 (approved lists 1980) being treated as heterotypic synonyms. the nomenclatural consequences proposed were that under these circumstances the correct name to be used is bacillus axarquiensis ruiz-garcía et al. 2005, but this is not consistent with the wording of the international code of nomenc ...201727902272
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