|Taxonomy Citation ID||Reference|
|2882||Hill, L.R., Skerman, V.B.D., and Sneath, P.H.A. "Corrigenda to the Approved Lists of Bacterial Names edited for the International Committee on Systematic Bacteriology." Int. J. Syst. Bacteriol. (1984) 34:508-511. [No PubMed record available.]||1456||
( N/A )
[Arthrobacter siderocapsulatus isolated from lake water].
PMID : 1177780
Two microbial strains have been isolated from lake water. The strains oxidize ferrous compounds and manganese. By the structure of microcolonies and the character of deposited oxides of these metals, the strains are identical to the genus Siderocapsa. However, according to their growth cycle and some morpho-physiological characteristics, they were included into the genus Arthrobacter (Corynebacteriaceae). Since these microorganisms differ, by their cultural and morpho-physiological properties, from other species of this genus, they were classed as a new species. Arthrobacter siderocapsulatus nov. sp.
( 2007 )
Taxonomic heterogeneity, as shown by siderotyping, of strains primarily identified as Pseudomonas putida.
PMID : 17978216 DOI : 10.1099/ijs.0.65233-0
One hundred and forty-four fluorescent pseudomonad strains isolated from various environments (soil, water, plant rhizosphere, hospital) and received as Pseudomonas putida (83 strains), P. putida biovar A (49 strains), P. putida biovar B (10 strains) and P. putida biovar C (2 strains), were analysed by the pyoverdine-isoelectrofocusing and pyoverdine-mediated iron uptake methods of siderotyping. Both methods demonstrated a great diversity among these strains, which could be subdivided into 35 siderovars. Some siderovars specifically included strains that have subsequently been transferred to well-defined Pseudomonas species, e.g. Pseudomonas monteilii or Pseudomonas mosselii, or which could be related by their siderotype to Pseudomonas jessenii or Pseudomonas mandelii. Other siderovars included strains sharing a high level of DNA-DNA relatedness (>70%), thus demonstrating that siderotyping could easily circumscribe strains at the species level. However, a group of seven strains, including the type strain, P. putida ATCC 12633T, were allocated into four siderovars, despite sharing DNA-DNA relatedness values of higher than 70 %. Interestingly, the strong genomic relationships between these seven strains were supported by the structural relationships among their pyoverdines, thus reflecting their phylogenetic affinities. These results strongly support the view that pyoverdine-based siderotyping could be used as a powerful tool in Pseudomonas taxonomy.
|6560||Skerman, V.B.D., McGowan, V., and Sneath, P.H.A. (editors): "Approved lists of bacterial names." Int. J. Syst. Bacteriol. (1980) 30:225-420.|
|6561||Skerman, V.B.D., McGowan, V., and Sneath, P.H.A. (editors): "Approved lists of bacterial names." Int. J. Syst. Bacteriol. (1980) 30:225-420.||5972||
( 2001 )
Arthrobacter siderocapsulatus Dubinina and Zhdanov 1975AL is a later subjective synonym of Pseudomonas putida (Trevisan 1889) Migula 1895AL.
PMID : 11211254 DOI : 10.1099/00207713-51-1-169
The taxonomic position of Arthrobacter siderocapsulatus Dubinina and Zhdanov 1975AL was investigated using 16S rDNA, fatty acid and phenotypic analyses. The type strain (NCIMB 11286T) showed 99.85% 16S rDNA similarity to the type strain of Pseudomonas putida. Phenotypic properties of the two strains were compared using API 20NE and BIOLOG kits. Identical reactions were recorded for all tests, except for assimilation of malonic acid. The two strains also showed almost identical cellular fatty acid profiles. On the basis of evidence presented in this and earlier studies, it is proposed that Arthrobacter siderocapsulatus is a later subjective synonym of Pseudomonas putida (Trevisan 1889) Migula 1895AL.
( 1998 )
Phylogenetic relationships of Pseudomonas putida strains deduced from the nucleotide sequences of gyrB, rpoD and 16S rRNA genes.
PMID : 9734035 DOI : 10.1099/00207713-48-3-813
Phylogenetic analysis of 20 Pseudomonas strains (Pseudomonas putida, Pseudomonas fluorescens and Pseudomonas chlororaphis) was conducted by using the nucleotide sequences of the genes for 16S RNA, DNA gyrase B subunit (gyrB) and RNA polymerase delta 70 factor (rpoD), which have been determined by the direct sequencing of PCR-amplified fragments. On the basis of gyrB and rpoD sequences, these strains were split into two major clusters: one including the type strain of P. putida and all biovar A strains and the other including all P. putida biovar B strains, P. fluorescens stains and the P. chlororaphis strain. In the phylogenetic tree reconstructed from the 16S rRNA sequences included variable regions, P. Putida biovar A and B strains were not separated into two independent clusters, whereas in the phylogenetic tree reconstructed from the 16S rRNA sequences excluding the variable region sequences, these strains were separated into P. putida biovar A and biovar B clusters. The pairwise distances estimated from the variable regions of 16S rRNA correlated poorly with the synonymous distances estimated from the gyrB and rpoD genes. On the other hand, a highly significant correlation was observed between the pairwise distances estimated from the non-variable regions of 16S rRNA and the synonymous distances from gyrB and rpoD genes. Consequently, only the 16S rRNA sequences in the non-variable regions should be used for the phylogenetic analysis. The gyrB and rpoD analyses showed the necessity for the reclassification of P. putida biovar B strains.