microbacterium oleivorans sp. nov. and microbacterium hydrocarbonoxydans sp. nov., novel crude-oil-degrading gram-positive bacteria.a taxonomic study of two crude-oil-degrading, gram-positive bacterial strains, designated bas69(t) and bnp48(t), revealed that they represent two novel microbacterium species. 16s rrna gene sequence similarity to their closest phylogenetic neighbours was 98.5 % for bas69(t) (microbacterium paraoxydans dsm 15019(t) and microbacterium saperdae dsm 20169(t)) and 99 % for bnp48(t) (microbacterium luteolum dsm 20143(t)). levels of dna-dna relatedness to the closest phylogenetic neighbours of both str ...200515774639
bacterial strains isolated from pcb-contaminated sediments and their use for bioaugmentation strategy in microcosms.this study was focused on the characterization of 15 bacterial strains isolated from long-term pcb-contaminated sediment located at the strážsky canal in eastern part of slovakia, in the surroundings of a former pcb producer. pcb-degrading strains were isolated and identified as microbacterium oleivorans, stenotrophomonas maltophilia, brevibacterium sp., ochrobactrum anthropi, pseudomonas mandelii, rhodococcus sp., achromobacter xylosoxidans, stenotrophomonas sp., ochrobactrum sp., pseudomonas a ...201423553615
draft genome sequence of microbacterium oleivorans strain a9, a bacterium isolated from chernobyl radionuclide-contaminated, we present the draft genome sequence of microbacterium oleivorans strain a9, a uranium-tolerant actinobacterium which has been isolated from radionuclide-contaminated soil from the chernobyl exclusion zone. it is composed of 22 contigs totaling 2,954,335 bp and contains 2,813 coding dna sequences, one cluster of rrna genes, and 45 trna genes.201728385837
hexavalent chromium reduction by microbacterium oleivorans a1: a possible mechanism of chromate -detoxification and -bioremediation.hexavalent chromium (cr(6+)) contamination is one of the mejor problems of environmental protection for its carcinogenic effect on human health. remediation of cr(6+) contaminated environment thus becomes highest priority.201626961669
draft genome sequence of microbacterium oleivorans strain wellendorf implicates heterotrophic versatility and bioremediation potential.microbacterium oleivorans is a predominant member of hydrocarbon-contaminated environments. we here report on the genomic analysis of m. oleivorans strain wellendorf that was isolated from an indoor door handle. the partial genome of m. oleivorans strain wellendorf consists of 2,916,870 bp of dna with 2831 protein-coding genes and 49 rna genes. the organism appears to be a versatile mesophilic heterotroph potentially capable of hydrolysis a suite of carbohydrates and amino acids. genomic analysi ...201627699150
isolation and characterization of beneficial bacteria associated with citrus roots in florida.cultivable diversity of bacteria associated with citrus was investigated as part of a larger study to understand the roles of beneficial bacteria and utilize them to increase the productive capacity and sustainability of agro-ecosystems. citrus roots from huanglongbing (hlb) diseased symptomatic and asymptomatic citrus were used in this study. a total of 227 and 125 morphologically distinct colonies were isolated and characterized from hlb asymptomatic and symptomatic trees, respectively. we obs ...201121360139
microbacterium aquimaris sp. nov., isolated from seawater.strains js54-2(t) and js63-1 were isolated from seawater at jeju, korea. cells of these strains were gram-positive, non-motile, non-spore-forming, short rods and formed yellow-pigmented colonies on tryptic soy agar. the strains had chemotaxonomic markers that were consistent with their classification in the genus microbacterium, i.e. mk-11, mk-12 and mk-10 as the major menaquinones, fatty acids that were predominantly iso- and anteiso-branched, galactose and glucose as the cell-wall sugars, pept ...200818599704
two-stage phyto-microremediation of tannery effluent by spirodela polyrrhiza (l.) schleid. and chromium resistant bacteria.two-stage sequential treatment of tannery effluent was conducted employing a wetland plant, spirodela polyrrhiza (l.) schleid., and chromium (cr) resistant bacterial strains. the bacterial strains were isolated from cr-enriched environmental matrices and rhizosphere of spirodela polyrrhiza. the phyto-rhizoremediation of tannery effluent by spirodela and its rhizospheric bacteria (cellulomonas biazotea apbr1-6, bacillus safensis apbr2-12, staphylococcus warneri apbr3-5, microbacterium oleivorans ...201627318662
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