Chuvochina, Maria


Publications
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Proposal of names for 329 higher rank taxa defined in the Genome Taxonomy Database under two prokaryotic codes

Citation
Chuvochina et al. (2023). FEMS Microbiology Letters
Names
Oceanococcaceae Wohlfahrtiimonadaceae Thermaerobacteria Thermaerobacterales Thermaerobacteraceae Sedimentibacteraceae Proteiniboraceae Monoglobaceae Monoglobales Lutisporaceae Lutisporales Lachnospirales Christensenellales Caldicoprobacterales Caldicellulosiruptoraceae Caldicellulosiruptorales Oxobacteraceae Caloramatoraceae Acetivibrionaceae Acetivibrio Acetivibrionales Clostridiisalibacter Clostridiisalibacteraceae Caldisalinibacter Dethiosulfatibacteraceae Thermincolales Thermincolia Carboxydocellales Carboxydocellaceae Tindalliaceae Thermotaleaceae Natronincolaceae Filifactoraceae Caminicellaceae Anaerovoracaceae Peptostreptococcales Acidaminobacteraceae Mahellales Mahellaceae Thermosulfidibacterota Thermosulfidibacteria Thermosulfidibacterales Thermosulfidibacteraceae Elainellaceae Elainellales Phormidesmidaceae Phormidesmidales Hydrogenothermales Desulfurobacteriia “Paceibacteria” Vampirovibrionaceae Vampirovibrionales Vampirovibrionia Binataceae Binatales Binatia Hydrothermia Hydrothermales Hydrothermaceae Azobacteroidaceae Bipolaricaulales Bipolaricaulaceae Bipolaricaulia Hepatobacteraceae Hepatoplasmataceae Johnevansiaceae Johnevansiales Kapaibacteriaceae Kapaibacteriales Magnetobacteriaceae Methylomirabilaceae Methylomirabilales Methylomirabilia Muiribacteriaceae Muiribacteriales Muiribacteriia Nucleicultricaceae Obscuribacteraceae Promineifilaceae Promineifilales Pseudothioglobaceae Puniceispirillaceae Puniceispirillales Saccharimonadaceae Saccharimonadales Tenderiaceae Tenderiales Thermobaculaceae Thermobaculales Desulforudaceae Methylomirabilota Cloacimonadia Cloacimonadales Cloacimonadaceae Kapaibacteriia “Poriferisulfidales” Leptolyngbyaceae
Abstract
Abstract The Genome Taxonomy Database (GTDB) is a taxonomic framework that defines prokaryotic taxa as monophyletic groups in concatenated protein reference trees according to systematic criteria. This has resulted in a substantial number of changes to existing classifications (https://gtdb.ecogenomic.org). In the case of union of taxa, GTDB names were applied based on the priority of publication. The division of taxa or change in rank led to the formation of new Latin names above

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.

Hyperactive nanobacteria with host-dependent traits pervade Omnitrophota

Citation
Seymour et al. (2023). Nature Microbiology 8 (4)
Names
Omnitrophus Omnitrophus fodinae Ts Omnitrophota
Abstract
AbstractCandidate bacterial phylum Omnitrophota has not been isolated and is poorly understood. We analysed 72 newly sequenced and 349 existing Omnitrophota genomes representing 6 classes and 276 species, along with Earth Microbiome Project data to evaluate habitat, metabolic traits and lifestyles. We applied fluorescence-activated cell sorting and differential size filtration, and showed that most Omnitrophota are ultra-small (~0.2 μm) cells that are found in water, sediments and soils. Omnitro

SeqCode: a nomenclatural code for prokaryotes described from sequence data

Citation
Hedlund et al. (2022). Nature Microbiology
Names
Kryptonium mobile Kryptoniaceae Kryptoniia Kryptoniales
Abstract
AbstractMost prokaryotes are not available as pure cultures and therefore ineligible for naming under the rules and recommendations of the International Code of Nomenclature of Prokaryotes (ICNP). Here we summarize the development of the SeqCode, a code of nomenclature under which genome sequences serve as nomenclatural types. This code enables valid publication of names of prokaryotes based upon isolate genome, metagenome-assembled genome or single-amplified genome sequences. Otherwise, it is s

Proposal to reclassify the proteobacterial classes Deltaproteobacteria and Oligoflexia, and the phylum Thermodesulfobacteria into four phyla reflecting major functional capabilities

Citation
Waite et al. (2020). International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 70 (11)
Names
“Desulfofervidales” Ca. Desulfofervidaceae Ca. Desulfofervidus “Desulfofervidia” Ca. Magnetomorum “Magnetomoraceae” “Adiutricaceae” Ca. Adiutrix Myxococcota “Adiutricales”
Abstract
The class Deltaproteobacteria comprises an ecologically and metabolically diverse group of bacteria best known for dissimilatory sulphate reduction and predatory behaviour. Although this lineage is the fourth described class of the phylum Proteobacteria , it rarely affiliates with other proteobacterial classes and is freque

Lists of names of prokaryotic Candidatus taxa

Citation
Oren et al. (2020). International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 70 (7)
Names
“Huberarchaeum crystalense” “Huberarchaeum” Ca. Allofontibacter Ca. Allofontibacter communis “Fermentibacteria” Ca. Fermentibacter danicus Ca. Fermentibacter Ca. Fermentibacteraceae “Fermentibacterales” “Methanofastidiosia” Ca. Methanofastidiosum Ca. Methanofastidiosum methylothiophilum Ca. Carsonella Ca. Carsonella ruddii “Altiarchaeum” Ca. Methylumidiphilus alinenensis Ca. Caldarchaeum Kryptonium thompsonii Ts “Sulfuripaludibacter” “Sulfuritelmatobacter” Sulfuritelmatomonas “Izemoplasma acidinucleici” Cloacimonas acidaminivorans Ts Cloacimonas Ca. Methanomethylicia Ca. Methanomethylicus Ca. Methanomethylicus mesodigestus Ca. Methanomethylicus oleisabuli “Methanosuratincola petrocarbonis” “Methanosuratincola” Ca. Branchiomonas cystocola Kapaibacterium Kapaibacterium thiocyanatum Ts Muiribacterium halophilum Ts Promineifilum Promineifilum breve Ts “Accumulibacter aalborgensis” “Acetithermum autotrophicum” “Aciduliprofundum boonei” “Actinochlamydia clariatis” “Actinochlamydia pangasianodontis” “Actinomarina minuta” “Adiacens aphidicola” “Aenigmatarchaeum subterraneum” “Aerophobus profundus” “Allobeggiatoa salina” “Allocryptoplasma californiense” “Allospironema culicis” “Altiarchaeum hamiconexum” “Altimarinus pacificus” “Aminicenans sakinawicola” “Amoebinatus massiliensis” “Amoebophilus asiaticus” “Amphibiichlamydia ranarum” “Amphibiichlamydia salamandrae” “Anammoxiglobus propionicus” “Anammoximicrobium moscoviense” “Aquiluna rubra” “Atelocyanobacterium thalassae” “Bandiella euplotis” “Blochmanniella camponoti” “Blochmanniella floridana” “Blochmanniella myrmotrichis” “Blochmanniella pennsylvanica” “Blochmanniella vafra” “Brevifilum fermentans” “Brocadia anammoxidans” “Brocadia sapporonensis” “Caenarcanum bioreactoricola” “Caldarchaeum subterraneum” “Caldatribacterium californiense” “Caldatribacterium saccharofermentans” “Calditenuis aerorheumatis” “Calescibacterium nevadense” “Captivus acidiprotistae” “Carbonibacillus altaicus” “Cardinium hertigii” “Catenimonas italica” “Cenarchaeum symbiosum” “Chloranaerofilum corporosum” “Chloroploca asiatica” “Chlorotrichoides halophilum” “Chryseopegocella kryptomonas” “Clavichlamydia salmonicola” “Cochliopodiiphilus cryoturris” “Combothrix italica” “Competibacter denitrificans” “Competibacter phosphatis” “Consessor aphidicola” “Contendibacter odensensis” “Contubernalis alkaliaceticus” “Criblamydia sequanensis” “Criblamydia” “Cryptoprodota polytropus” “Curculioniphilus buchneri” “Cyrtobacter comes” “Dactylopiibacterium carminicum” “Desulfofervidus auxilii” “Desulfonatronobulbus propionicus” “Doolittlea endobia” “Ecksteinia adelgidicola” “Electronema nielsenii” “Electronema palustre” Electrothrix arhusiensis Electrothrix communis Ts “Electrothrix japonica” “Electrothrix marina” “Endecteinascidia fromenterensis” “Endobugula glebosa” “Endobugula sertula” “Endolissoclinum faulkneri” “Endonucleibacter bathymodioli” “Endoriftia persephonae” “Endowatersipora glebosa” “Entotheonella factor” “Entotheonella palauensis” “Entotheonella serta” “Epixenosoma ejectans” “Epulonipiscioides gigas” “Epulonipiscioides saccharophilum” “Epulonipiscium fischelsonii” “Fervidibacter sacchari” “Finniella inopinata” “Finniella lucida” “Finniella” “Flaviluna lacus” “Fodinibacter communicans” “Fokinia crypta” “Fokinia solitaria” “Fritschea bemisiae” “Fritschea eriococci” “Fukatsuia symbiotica” “Galacturonatibacter soehngenii” “Mariprofundia” “Moduliflexia” “Thermofontia” “Vecturitrichia” “Actinomarinales” “Altiarchaeales” “Gastranaerophilales” “Moduliflexales” “Nitrosocaldales” “Vecturitrichales” “Accumulibacter phosphatis” Sulfuritelmatomonas gaucii Ts Electronema aureum Ts Electronema Electrothrix “Fervidibacter”
Abstract
We here present annotated lists of names ofCandidatustaxa of prokaryotes with ranks between subspecies and class, proposed between the mid-1990s, when the provisional status ofCandidatustaxa was first established, and the end of 2018. Where necessary, corrected names are proposed that comply with the current provisions of the International Code of Nomenclature of Prokaryotes and its Orthography appendix. These lists, as well as updated lists of newly published names ofCandidatustaxa with additio