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In terms of non-human-associated life, there was alphaproteobacteria, which exists mostly on plants, and Sphingomonads from soils and sediments.
Here, genes related to heavy metal resistance were derived mainly from Actinobacteria, gammaproteobacteria, alphaproteobacteria and betaproteobacteria, which were also the main classes in sedimentary microbial communities. However, not all the gene ...

In researching some of the smallest, simplest cells known to science, researchers have made an accidental discovery, putting these bacteria at the center of a cycle that helps regulate our planet's climate.
By contrast, methanotrophic proteobacteria occur in a wide range of habitats where both methane and oxygen are available (Nazaries et al.
Based on a report on tropone biosynthesis in the marine bacterium Phaeobacter gallaeciensis, class alphaproteobacteria, we investigated the mechanism by which IAA interferes with tropolone production.
As such, it was recently reported that alphaproteobacteria are more abundant than cyanobacteria in the microbial communities associated with Sphagnum mosses (Bragina et al.

The predominant class-level groups in both FYI and MYI communities were alphaproteobacteria (~10% in FYI and ~15% in MYI), gammaproteobacteria (~15% in both sample types), Flavobacteria (~10% in both sample types) and the class-level group ...
betaproteobacteria of the family Burkholeriales (for example, Polynucleobacter) and alphaproteobacteria (for example, Roseococcus) were distinctive features of the clear lake communities.
However, the analysis of within-habitat community dispersion showed that structural differences in Chloroflexi, Cyanobacteria, Planctomycetes, alphaproteobacteria, deltaproteobacteria, TM7 as well as the total fungi, Ascomycota and Basidiomycota were ...
Interestingly, although there was not a strong shift in community composition at the class level during the study, a progressive change in the relative abundance of the major classes was found, where alphaproteobacteria increased (from 48% at time 0 to ...
The relative abundance (that is, proportion of reads) of every phylum (except proteobacteria, which were divided into classes) was highly similar among samples (Supplementary Figure S6): gammaproteobacteria, alphaproteobacteria, Actinobacteria, ...
The genus Bacillus comprised the largest number of strains (32) followed by Streptomyces (phylum Actinobacteria; 12 strains), Erythrobacter (subphylum alphaproteobacteria; 11 strains) and the genera Pseudoalteromonas and Microbulbifer (both subphylum ...
Recently described ecotypes in SAR11, an abundant lineage of pelagic alphaproteobacteria, also exhibit parallel evolution (Vergin et al.
Recently described ecotypes in SAR11, an abundant lineage of pelagic alphaproteobacteria, also exhibit parallel evolution (Vergin et al.
proteobacteria (for example, alphaproteobacteria and deltaproteobacteria), Cyanobacteria and Bacteroidetes are the core members of the marine mat microbiome.
proteobacteria (for example, alphaproteobacteria and deltaproteobacteria), Cyanobacteria and Bacteroidetes are the core members of the marine mat microbiome.
The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has issued guidelines for diagnosis and management of rickettsial diseases in India.

RAxML bootstrap values (1000 replicates) are shown (>80%) on nodes. Neighbor-joining inference method also produced bootstrap values >80% for these nodes.
Even though their vertical distribution was relatively uniform, the samples from mixolimnion and the upper part of the chemocline preponderantly comprised gammaproteobacteria and alphaproteobacteria, in contrast to the lower part of the chemocline and ...
Bacterial communities were characterized by Actinobacteria and alphaproteobacteria, and fungal communities by Lecanoromycetes and Archaeosporomycetes.
CCA were dominated by alphaproteobacteria, gammaproteobacteria and Actinomycetes. At the operational taxonomic unit (OTU) level, each CCA species had a unique bacterial community that was significantly different from all other CCA species.
For example, a tag with 98% similarity to the class gammaproteobacteria and alphaproteobacteria was only assigned to the phylum proteobacteria.
During her senior year, her research brought her to the international Caulobacter/stalked-alpha-proteobacteria conference in Germany, where she gave a talk and presented a poster.
From this data, the team saw around 4,700 bacterial phylotypes and 1,400 fungal phylotypes in each dust sample, on average. alphaproteobacteria bacteria and Ascomycota fungi turned up most frequently, though many of bacterial or fungal phylotypes were ...
We find that the alphaproteobacteria orders rhizobiales and Caulobacterales were only associated with the symbiotic microbiome but are not detectable in the whole coral colony community.
We find that the alphaproteobacteria orders rhizobiales and Caulobacterales were only associated with the symbiotic microbiome but are not detectable in the whole coral colony community.
Most of them belonged to alphaproteobacteria (48%) and Flavobacteria (38%). Forty other OTUs formed a second subnetwork with a modularity of 12 (Figure 6b).
Our findings include first known viruses of Thaumarchaeota, Marinimicrobia, Verrucomicrobia and gammaproteobacteria clusters SAR86 and SAR92.
Other taxa dominant at the site were typical of coastal bacterioplankton communities and included alphaproteobacteria in the SAR11 and SAR116 lineages and members of the gammaproteobacteria and Bacteroidetes (Supplementary Figure S2B).
Other taxa dominant at the site were typical of coastal bacterioplankton communities and included alphaproteobacteria in the SAR11 and SAR116 lineages and members of the gammaproteobacteria and Bacteroidetes (Supplementary Figure S2B).
However, within the second most common affiliation, there was a transition from Flavobacteria-like PR in early winter to alphaproteobacteria-like PR in late winter. The phylogenetic shifts followed carbon dynamics, where patterns in expression were ...
Most of pcc genes affected were derived from taxa associated with Actinobacteria, Bacillus and alpha-proteobacteria. For CH4 cycle genes, the total abundance of mcrA for CH4 production and pmoA and mmoX for CH4 oxidization decreased (P=0.050; ...


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