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Download Bergey’s Manual® of Systematic Bacteriology: Volume Five The by Wolfgang Ludwig, Jean Euzéby, Peter Schumann (auth.), PDF

By Wolfgang Ludwig, Jean Euzéby, Peter Schumann (auth.), Michael Goodfellow, Peter Kämpfer, Hans-Jürgen Busse, Martha E. Trujillo, Ken-ichiro Suzuki, Wolfgang Ludwig, William B. Whitman (eds.)

Includes a revised taxonomic define for the Actinobacteria or the excessive G+C Gram positives is predicated upon the SILVA undertaking in addition to an outline of more than two hundred genera in forty nine households. contains many medically and industrially very important taxa.

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The species Curtobacterium ginsengisoli represents a deeper lineage in this genus. The genus Frigoribacterium comprises the type species Frigoribacterium faeni and Frigoribacterium mesophilum. Although the rRNA gene sequences are similar, these species do not form a distinct clade independent of closely related genera. The conclusion that Frigoribacterium mesophilum may represent a new genus is supported by differences in the cell-wall amino acids. , 2000). Likewise, Frigoribacterium mesophilum lacks the fatty acid C15:0 anteiso dimethylacetal, which is characteristic of Frigoribacterium faeni.

Lastly, the monospecific genus Quadrisphaera (type species Quadrisphaera granulorum) is also a member of the order ­Kineosporiales. The ­family Microbacteriaceae and the order Bifidobacteriales represent the two remaining subclades. Zhi et al. (2009) also found evidence for the first three subclades, albeit without bootstrap support. However, the associations with Actinomycetales and Bifidobacteriales were not reproduced. Thus, in the absence of additional evidence, the biological significance of this clade and its constituent subclades remain uncertain.

The genus Nesterenkonia is in a clade containing the genera Sinomonas and Yaniella and the Arthrobacter species Arthrobacter albus and cumminsii. The genus contains two subclades. The first comprises the type species Nesterenkonia halobia and Nesterenkonia aethiopica, alba, flava, halophila, lacusekhoensis, and xinjiangensis. The second, closely related subclade comprises Nesterenkonia halotolerans, jeotgali, lutea, and sandarakina. Although the chemotaxonomic and physiological properties of the two subclades are very similar, only members of this second subclade possess peptidoglycan containing l-Lys–Gly–d-Asp (Stackebrandt, 2012b).

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