reefs. The goal of my study was to evaluate the current extent of habitat of the two species using a database of reported in situ observations. From these observations, potential habitat maps were produced based on benthic substrata and depth parameters throughout the
Feb 08, 2018 Cellulomonas timonensis sp. nov. strain sn7 T is a new species within the Cellulomonas genus. We present the main phenotypic characteristics and provide a complete annotation of its genome sequence. This facultative anaerobic bacterium, isolated from the stool of 38-year-old obese Frenchman, is Gram-positive, has motile rods and is sporulating.
A rod-shaped, motile, facultative anaerobic and moderately halotolerant plant growth promoting actinobacterial strain, designated as NCCP-11T, was isolated from paddy grains. To delineate its taxonomic position, the strain was subjected to polyphasic
Motility 2 Methyl-red test 2 Description of Cellulomonas phragmiteti sp. nov. Reduction of nitrate to nitrite 2 Hydrolysis of Cellulomonas phragmiteti phrag.mi9te.ti. N.L. gen. n. Urea 2 phragmiteti of Phragmitetum, referring to plant association Tween 80 2 ScirpoPhragmitetum, the habitat from where the type Casein 2 strain was ...
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Aim Prosopis spp. are an invasive alien plant species native to the Americas and well adapted to thrive in arid environments. In Kenya, several remotesensing studies conclude that the genus is well established throughout the country and is rapidly in vading new areas. This research aims to model the potential habitat of Prosopis spp.
Feb 21, 2018 Cellulomonas species are rarely pathogenic in humans. Some species such as C. hominis and C. denverensis may act as opportunistic pathogens and are considered to be medically relevant Bernard 2012. These species, though related to C. biazotea, are distantly spaced in a phylogenetic tree based on 16S rRNA gene sequence Figure 12. ...
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Parent taxon Cellulomonas Bergey et al. 1923 Approved Lists 1980 Assigned by Bergey DH, Harrison FC, Breed RS, Hammer BW, Huntoon FM. Bergeys Manual of Determinative Bacteriology, 1st ed. The Williams amp Wilkins Co, Baltimore, 1923.
Mar 29, 2018 Conditions for Growth Corynebacterium spp. are aerobic, grow best at 30 C 35 C, and are slow growing. Most Corynebacterium are not lipophilic, and can be either fermentative or non-fermentative. They are Gram-positive, non-motile, and non-spore forming. Habitat Corynebacterium spp. are common in nature as well as the normal skin flora and mucosa of humans and animals.
Cellulomonas is a rare but emerging human pathogen, causing infection in only 4 reported cases in the literature. We present the first case of ascending cholangitis with Cellulomonas bacteremia and sepsis, as well as a brief review of the literature. We summarize every case of Cellulomonas reported
Cellulomonas, like many coryneform bacteria, are commonly found naturally in soil and sludge.However, occasionally strains are isolated from different habitats such as deep sea water or alkaline environments. They are found widely in decaying plant matter and have been infrequently isolated from within the rumen of animals such as cows and sheep Zhang et al., 2013 and Hatayama et al., 2013.
Cellulomonas cellulans is the correct name if this species is regarded as a separate species within a separate genus Cellulomonas. Therefore, the name of the taxon under which they are united is Cellulomonas cellulans Metcalf and Brown 1957 Stackebrandt and Keddie 1988 2, 3. Publication Stackebrandt E, Keddie RM.
May 06, 2016 Cellulomonas uda DSM 20108ATCC 21399 is one of the few described cellulolytic facultative anaerobes. Based on these characteristics, we initiated a physiological study of C. uda with the aim to exploit it for cellulase production in simple bioreactors with no or sporadic aeration. Growth, cellulase activity and fermentation product formation were evaluated in different media under both ...
Jan 09, 2016 Proteus spp. bacteria were first described in 1885 by Gustav Hauser, who had revealed their feature of intensive swarming growth. Currently, the genus is divided into Proteus mirabilis, Proteus vulgaris, Proteus penneri, Proteus hauseri, and three unnamed genomospecies 4, 5, and 6 and consists of 80 O-antigenic serogroups.The bacteria are known to be human opportunistic pathogens, isolated ...
isomeris, and several species of dudleya Dudleya spp., mixed with typical Diegan sage scrub species. Under California regulations and policies, maritime succulent scrub is considered a sensitive habitat. This habitat also has regional significance in that all mapped maritime succulent scrub in northern San Diego County occurs in Carlsbad.
May 25, 2020 Habitat of Fusarium spp. Fusarium spp is commonly found in soil and environmental habitats, with many growing and thriving in tropical and temperate regions and even in desert regions, the alpine, the arctic regions with harch cold conditions, they seem to prevail. Fusarium species are widely distributed in soil and on subterranean and aerial plant parts, plant debris, and other organic ...
Brevundimonas spp., in particular Brevundimonas diminuta and Brevundimonas vesicularis, are a genus of non-fermenting Gram-negative bacteria considered of minor clinical importance. Forty-nine separate instances of infection relating to Brevundimonas spp were found in the scientific literature along with two pseudo-infections.
According to this classification, Cellulomonas spp. are usually Gram-negative during the first 24 h of growth, thereafter, Gram-positive or Gram-variable staining is obtained on cells grown under optimum growth conditions. In several old cultures, Gram reaction is usually negative and cells are pleomorphic in nature and are motile.
Clark, F. E. 1953 Criteria suitable for species differentiation in Cellulomnas and a revision of the genus. Int. Bull Bacteriol Nomencl. Taxon. 3 179-199 Note Bergeys systematic cites Clark 1952 The Prokaryotes P Bergeys Systematatic p 1325 E. Stackebrandt and R. M. Keddie
Habitat Cellulomonas, like many coryneform bacteria, are commonly found naturally in soil and sludge. However, occasionally strains are isolated from different habitats such as
Parent taxon Cellulomonas Bergey et al. 1923 Approved Lists 1980 Assigned by Funke G, Ramos CP, Collins MD. Identification of some clinical strains of CDC coryneform group A-3 and A-4 bacteria as Cellulomonas species and proposal of Cellulomonas hominis sp. nov. for some group A-3 strains.J Clin Microbiol 1995 332091-2097.
Cellulomonas flavigena strain ATCC 482 DSM 20109 NCIB 8073 NRS 134 is a facultative aerobic, chemoorganotrophic, Gram-positive bacterium. C. flavigena produces cellulases and xylanases which are of interest for their potential use in biomass degradation and fuel production.
Dec 21, 2020 In the present study, 50 strains of yellow-pigmented gram-positive rods that had been isolated from human clinical specimens and collected over a 5-year period were further characterized by phenotypic and molecular genetic methods. All 50 strains belonged to the genus Microbacterium, and together they represented 18 different species. Microbacterium oxydans n 11, M. paraoxydans n