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Ensifer psoraleae sp. nov. and Ensifer sesbaniae sp. nov., isolated from the root nodules of Psoralea corylifolia, Sesbania cannabina and other legumes  [2013]

Wang, Yuan Chun; Bao Chao Hou; En Tao Wang; Fang Wang; et al.

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In a survey of rhizobia associated with the native legumes in Yunnan Province, China, seven and nine strains isolated from the root nodules of Psoralea corylifolia, Sesbania cannabina and Medicago lupulina were respectively classified into the novel genomic species group I and group II in the genus Ensifer (former Sinorhizobium) based on the sequence analyses of the 16S rRNA gene. Analyses of concatenated housekeeping genes (atpD, recA and glnII) further revealed that they were distinct lineages in the genus Ensifer, and group I was most similar to Ensifer terangae and Ensifer garamanticus (both with 94.2% similarity), while group II was most similar to Ensifer adhaerens (94.0%). These groups could be distinguished from closely related species by DNA–DNA relatedness, MALID-TOF MS, cellular fatty acid profiles and a series of phenotypic characters. Therefore, two novel groups were proposed: Ensifer psoraleae sp. nov. (seven strains, type strain CCBAU 65732T=LMG 26835T=HAMBI 3286T) and Ensifer sesbaniae sp. nov. (nine strains, type strain CCBAU 65729T=LMG 26833T=HAMBI 3287T). They had a DNA G+C mol% (Tm) of 58.9 and 60.4, respectively. The type strains both formed effective nodules on common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) and their hosts of origin.
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Systematic and applied microbiology
ISSN : 0723-2020

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Language:
English
Type:
Journal Article
In AGRIS since:
2017
Volume:
2013,
Start Page:
.
Publisher:
Elsevier GmbH
All titles:
"Ensifer psoraleae sp. nov. and Ensifer sesbaniae sp. nov., isolated from the root nodules of Psoralea corylifolia, Sesbania cannabina and other legumes"@eng
Other:
"Pre-press version"
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Bibliographic information

Language:
English
Type:
Journal Article
In AGRIS since:
2017
Volume:
2013,
Start Page:
.
Publisher:
Elsevier GmbH
All titles:
"Ensifer psoraleae sp. nov. and Ensifer sesbaniae sp. nov., isolated from the root nodules of Psoralea corylifolia, Sesbania cannabina and other legumes"@eng
Other:
"Pre-press version"