Kouleothrix


Citation

Formal styling
Kouleothrix (ex Klappenbach, Pierson, 2004) Petriglieri et al., 2023 (valid 2024)
Effective publication
Petriglieri et al., 2023
Original (not valid) publication
Klappenbach, Pierson, 2004
SeqCode status
Valid (SeqCode)
Register List
seqco.de/r:82uy5hy3 (validated)
Cannonical URL
https://seqco.de/i:35217

Nomenclature

Rank
Genus
Inferred stem
Kouleotrich-
Syllabication
Ko.u.le.oth'rix
Etymology
Gr. neut. n. kouleon, sheath; Gr. fem. n. thrix, hair, filament; N.L. fem. n. Kouleothrix, sheath filamentous bacteria
Nomenclatural type
Kouleothrix ribensisTs
Nomenclatural status
Validly published under the SeqCode

Taxonomy

Description
Filamentous organisms abundant in activated sludge worldwide, sometime associated with bulking episodes. They are often arranged in bundles of filaments with epiphytic bacteria. Specialized in metabolism of sugars. 
Classification
Bacteria » Chloroflexota » Chloroflexia » Chloroflexales » Roseiflexaceae » Kouleothrix
Parent
Roseiflexaceae ncbigtdb
Children (2)

Metadata

Outside links and data sources
Search sequences
Local history
Registered by
Petriglieri, Francesca about 2 months ago
Submitted by
Petriglieri, Francesca about 2 months ago
Curators
Validated by
Rodriguez-R, Luis M 7 days ago
Date of priority
2024-04-26 11:27 AM (UTC)

Publications
3

Citation Title
Petriglieri et al., 2023, mSystems A comprehensive overview of the Chloroflexota community in wastewater treatment plants worldwide
Effective publication
Nittami et al., 2020, Scientific Reports Exploring the operating factors controlling Kouleothrix (type 1851), the dominant filamentous bacterial population, in a full-scale A2O plant
Klappenbach, Pierson, 2004, Archives of Microbiology Phylogenetic and physiological characterization of a filamentous anoxygenic photoautotrophic bacterium ?Candidatus Chlorothrix halophila? gen. nov., sp. nov., recovered from hypersaline microbial mats
Original (not valid) publication



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