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Metabolic Versatility of the FamilyHalieaceaeRevealed by the Genomics of Novel Cultured Isolates

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Li et al. (2023). Microbiology Spectrum 11 (2)
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Litorirhabdus singularis Ts Marimicrobium litorale Litorirhabdus Seongchinamella marina Paraluminiphilus aquimaris Ts Paraluminiphilus
Abstract
Although the familyHalieaceae(OM60/NOR5 clade) is an abundant and cosmopolitan clade widely found in coastal seas and involved in interactions with phytoplankton, a limited number of cultured isolates are available. In this study, we isolated six pure culturedHalieaceaestrains from coastal seawaters and performed a comparative physiological and genomic analysis to give insights into the phylogeny and metabolic potential of this family.

“Candidatus Mystax nordicus” Aggregates with Mitochondria of Its Host, the Ciliate Paramecium nephridiatum

Citation
Korotaev et al. (2020). Diversity 12 (6)
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Ca. Gortzia Ca. Hafkinia Ca. Megaira venefica Ca. Mystax Ca. Mystax nordicus Ca. Paraholospora
Abstract
Extensive search for new endosymbiotic systems in ciliates occasionally reverts us to the endosymbiotic bacteria described in the pre-molecular biology era and, hence, lacking molecular characterization. A pool of these endosymbionts has been referred to as a hidden bacterial biodiversity from the past. Here, we provide a description of one of such endosymbionts, retrieved from the ciliate Paramecium nephridiatum. This curve-shaped endosymbiont (CS), which shared the host cytoplasm with recently

Diversity of Symbiotic Organs and Bacterial Endosymbionts of Lygaeoid Bugs of the Families Blissidae and Lygaeidae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Lygaeoidea)

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Kuechler et al. (2012). Applied and Environmental Microbiology 78 (8)
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“Arocatia” Ca. Rohrkolberia cinguli “Ischnodemia” “Arocatia carayonii” “Ischnodemia utriculi” “Typhincola belonochilicola”
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ABSTRACT Here we present comparative data on the localization and identity of intracellular symbionts among the superfamily Lygaeoidea (Insecta: Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pentatomomorpha). Five different lygaeoid species from the families Blissidae and Lygaeidae (sensu stricto; including the subfamilies Lygaeinae and Orsillinae) were analyzed. Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) revealed that all the bugs studied possess paired bacteriomes that

Disentangling the Taxonomy of Rickettsiales and Description of Two Novel Symbionts (“Candidatus Bealeia paramacronuclearis” and “Candidatus Fokinia cryptica”) Sharing the Cytoplasm of the Ciliate Protist Paramecium biaurelia

Citation
Szokoli et al. (2016). Applied and Environmental Microbiology 82 (24)
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Ca. Bealeia paramacronuclearis “Fokinia crypta” “Fokinia” “Caedimonadaceae” “Paracaedibacteraceae”
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ABSTRACT In the past 10 years, the number of endosymbionts described within the bacterial order Rickettsiales has constantly grown. Since 2006, 18 novel Rickettsiales genera inhabiting protists, such as ciliates and amoebae, have been described. In this work, we characterize two novel bacterial endosymbionts from Paramecium collected near Bloomington, IN. Both endosymbiotic species inhabit the cytoplas

Taxonomic note on the family Pseudonocardiaceae based on phylogenomic analysis and descriptions of Allosaccharopolyspora gen. nov. and Halosaccharopolyspora gen. nov

Citation
Teo et al. (2021). International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 71 (10)
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Pseudonocardiaceae Amycolatopsis Actinoalloteichus cyanogriseus T Actinoalloteichus Actinoalloteichus caeruleus
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The taxonomic positions of members within the family Pseudonocardiaceae were assessed based on phylogenomic trees reconstructed using core-proteome and genome blast distance phylogeny approaches. The closely clustered genome sequences from the type strains of validly published names within the family Pseudonocardiaceae wer