Oren, Aharon


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Coraliomargarita parva sp. nov., isolated from mangrove sediment and genome-based analysis of the class Opitutae revealed five novel families: Coraliomargaritaceae fam. nov., Pelagicoccaceae fam. nov., Cerasicoccaeae fam. nov., Oceanipulchritudinaceae fam. nov., and Alterococcaeae fam. nov

Citation
Min et al. (2023). Frontiers in Microbiology 14
Names
Alterococcaceae Cerasicoccaceae Coraliomargaritaceae Pelagicoccaceae
Abstract
Members of the class Opitutae are widely distributed in various environments such as rice paddy soil, freshwater lakes, seawater, marine sediment, and invertebrate digestive tracts. The class currently consists of two orders, Opitutales and Puniceicoccales, represented by the families Opitutaceae and Puniceicoccaceae, respectively, which are primarily delineated on the basis of 16S rRNA gene sequences and limited phenotypic characterizations of a few type strains. The scarcity of 16S rRNA gene a

Naming genera after geographical locations. Proposal to emend Appendix 9 of the International Code of Nomenclature of Prokaryotes

Citation
Oren, Chuvochina (2023). International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 73 (5)
Names
Macondimonas Kapaibacterium
Abstract
Appendix 9, Section E of the International Code of Nomenclature of Prokaryotes provides guidelines on how to form adjectival specific and subspecific epithets that reflect the geographical location where the organism was found or studied. It does not mention ways of naming genera after geographical locations. We here propose emendation of Appendix 9 with the recommendations on how to form such names. Comments on the implementation of the current wording of Appendix 9, Section E are also made.

Candidatus List. Lists of names of prokaryotic Candidatus phyla

Citation
Oren, Göker (2023). International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 73 (5)
Names
“Moissliibacteriota” “Montesoliibacteriota” “Nealsoniibacteriota” “Nezhaarchaeota” “Niyogiibacteriota” “Nomuraibacteriota” “Pacearchaeota” “Peregrinibacteriota” “Poribacteriota” “Portnoyibacteriota” “Ratteibacteriota” “Raymondiibacteriota” “Roizmaniibacteriota” “Rokuibacteriota” “Ryaniibacteriota” “Saganiibacteriota” “Schekmaniibacteriota” “Spechtiibacteriota” “Stahliibacteriota” “Staskawicziibacteriota” “Sungiibacteriota” “Tagaibacteriota” “Tayloriibacteriota” “Tectimicrobiota” “Terryibacteriota” “Torokiibacteriota” “Uhriibacteriota” “Vebleniibacteriota” “Wolfeibacteriota” “Woykeibacteriota” “Yanofskyibacteriota” “Yonathiibacteriota” “Zambryskiibacteriota” “Abawacaibacteriota” “Augarchaeota” “Lokiarchaeota” “Macinerneyibacteriota” “Methanomethylicota” “Moduliflexota” “Nanohalarchaeota” “Neomarinimicrobiota” “Odinarchaeota” “Paceibacterota” “Parcunitrobacterota” “Parvarchaeota” “Poseidoniota” “Qinglongiota” “Saccharimonadota” “Sifarchaeota” “Sumerlaeota” “Tianyaibacteriota” “Undinarchaeota” “Wukongarchaeota” “Babelota” “Wirthibacterota” “Rifleibacteriota” “Joergenseniibacteriota” “Kueneniibacteriota” “Jacksoniibacteriota” “Moraniibacteriota” “Shapirobacteriota” “Zixiibacteriota” Cloacimonadota Muiribacteriota “Latescibacterota” “Acetithermota” “Aenigmatarchaeota” “Aerophobota” “Altiarchaeota” “Altimarinota” “Aminicenantota”
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Validation of the names Cyanobacterium and Cyanobacterium stanieri, and proposal of Cyanobacteriota phyl. nov

Citation
Oren et al. (2022). International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 72 (10)
Names
Cyanobacterium Cyanobacterium stanieri T Cyanobacteriota Cyanophyceae
Abstract
The decision by the International Committee on Systematics of Prokaryotes (ICSP) to place the rank of phylum under the rules of the International Code of Nomenclature of Prokaryotes (ICNP), with phylum names ending in –ota based on the name of a type genus, enables the valid publication of the phylum name Cyanobacteriota with Cyanobacterium as the type genus. The names

CANDIDATUS LIST No. 3. Lists of names of prokaryotic Candidatus taxa

Citation
Oren, Garrity (2022). International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 72 (1)
Names
Elulimicrobiia “Saccharimonadia” “Ozemibacteria” “Caenarcanales” “Fibrimonadales” “Methanoflorentales” “Ozemibacterales” “Fibrimonadaceae” “Ozemibacteraceae” “Acidiflorens” “Annandiella” “Aramenus” “Arocatia” “Changshengia” “Cibionibacter” “Cuticulibacterium” “Didemniditutus” “Endohaliclona” “Euplotella” “Fibrimonas” “Forterrea” “Ischnodemia” “Neowolbachia” “Nitrobium” “Ozemibacter” “Paracaedimonas” “Parafinniella” “Pleuronema” “Reconciliibacillus” “Roseilinea” “Rubidus” “Stammera” “Theodorhartigia” “Acidiflorens stordalenmirensis” “Anadelfobacter sociabilis” “Anaerococcus massiliensis” “Anaerococcus phoceensis” “Anaerococcus timonensis” “Annandiella adelgistsugae” “Annandiella pinicola” “Aramenus sulfurataquae” “Arocatia carayonii” “Azospirillum massiliense” “Bandiella numerosa” “Desulfofervidia” “Macinerneyibacteriia” “Nanohalobiia” “Nanoperiodontomorbia” “Nanosyncoccia” “Syntrophaliphaticia” “Undinarchaeia” “Bartonella gerbillinarum” “Bartonella khokhlovae” “Bartonella negevensis” “Bartonella rudakovii” “Borrelia africana” “Borrelia ivorensis” “Borrelia fainii” “Brocadia braziliensis” “Cibionibacter quicibialis” “Clostridium massiliense” “Clostridium timonense” “Cuticulibacterium kirbyi” “Cytophaga massiliensis” “Desulfopertinax cowenii” Desulfosporosinus infrequens “Didemniditutus mandelae” “Ehrlichia regneryi” “Ehrlichia shimanensis” “Endohaliclona renieramycinifaciens” “Adiutricales” “Desulfofervidales” “Fermentimicrarchaeales” “Entotheonella gemina” “Euplotella sexta” “Finniella dimorpha” “Fibrimonas termitidis” “Forterrea multitransposorum” “Halobeggiatoa borealis” “Ischnodemia utriculi” “Liberibacter brunswickensis” “Mastigocoleus perforans” “Methanoflorens crillii” “Mycoplasma erythrocervae” “Guanabaribacteriales” “Hakubellales” “Macinerneyibacteriales” “Methylospongiales” “Naiadarchaeales” “Nanogingivalales” “Nanohalobiales” “Tepidaquicellales” “Adiutricaceae” “Aminobacteroidaceae” “Chazhemtonibacteriaceae” “Fermentimicrarchaeaceae” “Hakubellaceae” “Macinerneyibacteriaceae” “Magnetomoraceae” “Nanogingivalaceae” “Nanohalobiaceae” “Tepidaquicellaceae” “Thiobarbaceae” “Undinarchaeaceae” “Abditibacter” “Acidifodinimicrobium” “Aminobacteroides” “Anthektikosiphon” “Vallotia laricis” “Vallotia japonica” “Typhincola belonochilicola” “Treponema suis” “Mycoplasma haematomelis” “Nardonella dryophthoridicola” “Nardonella hylobii” “Neoehrlichia tanzaniensis” “Neowolbachia serbiensis” “Tokpelaia hoelldobleri” “Ozemibacter sibiricus” “Paracaedimonas acanthamoebae” “Parafinniella ignota” “Peptoniphilus massiliensis” “Piscichlamydia cyprini” “Pleuronema perforans” “Pleuronema testarum” “Profftia japonica” “Profftia laricis” “Pseudomonas adelgistsugae” “Reconciliibacillus cellulosivorans” “Rickettsia laoensis” “Rickettsia mahosoti” “Roseilinea gracilis” “Sedimenticola endophacoides” “Spiroplasma holothuriicola” “Stammera capsulata” “Synechococcus calcipolaris” “Theodorhartigia pinicola” “Thiosymbium robbeae” “Weimeria bifida”
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