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mangrovibacter plantisponsor gen. nov., sp. nov., a nitrogen-fixing bacterium isolated from a mangrove-associated wild rice (porteresia coarctata tateoka).a facultatively anaerobic, nitrogen-fixing bacterium, strain mssrf40(t), was isolated from roots of mangrove-associated wild rice (porteresia coarctata tateoka). on the basis of 16s rrna gene sequence similarities, strain mssrf40(t) was shown to belong to the family enterobacteriaceae, most closely related to cronobacter muytjensii e603(t) (97.2 % sequence similarity), enterobacter cloacae subsp. dissolvens lmg 2683(t) (97.1 %), e. radicincitans d5/23(t) (97.1 %) and e. ludwigii en-119(t) (97.0 ...201019648330
culture-independent analysis of bacterial fuel contamination provides insights into the level of concordance with the standard industry practice of aerobic cultivation.bacterial diversity in contaminated fuels has not been systematically investigated using cultivation-independent methods. the fuel industry relies on phenotypic cultivation-based contaminant identification, which may lack accuracy and neglect difficult-to-culture taxa. using industry practice aerobic cultivation, 16s rrna gene sequencing and strain genotyping, a collection of 152 unique contaminant isolates from 54 fuel samples was assembled, and demonstrated a dominance of pseudomonas (21%), bu ...201121602386
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