Ajit Kumar Pattnaik

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The present study revealed an inventory of free-living marine nematode species from the Asia’s largest coastal lagoon, Chilika (lat. 19°28′ and 19°54′N; long. 085°05′ and 085°38′E), located in the East Coast of India and facing the Bay of Bengal. This study provided a checklist of 64 free-living marine nematode species belonging to 32 genera and 13(More)
We report the 3.16 Mb draft genome of Acinetobacter sp. strain BMW17, a Gram-negative bacterium in the class of Gammaproteobacteria, isolated from the rhizospheric region of Phragmites karka, an invasive weed in Chilika Lake, Odisha, India. The strain BMW17(T) is capable of degrading cellulose and is also an efficient plant growth promoter that can be(More)
Halobacillus sp. strain KGW1 is a moderately halophilic, rod shaped, Gram-positive, yellow pigmented, alkaline protease-producing bacterium isolated from a water sample from Chilika Lake, Odisha, India. Sequencing of bacterial DNA assembled a 3.68-Mb draft genome. The genome annotation analysis showed various gene clusters for tolerance to stress, such as(More)
Chilika, the largest coastal lagoon of Asia, represents a complex transitional zone between terrestrial and marine ecosystems. In this study benthic macro-invertebrate community structure was elucidated based on multiple spatial scales approach (station-wise, sector-wise and region-wise) across Chilika from June 2013 to February 2015 (temporal scale),(More)
Till date, only one draft genome has been reported within the genus Mangrovibacter. Here, we report the second draft genome shotgun sequence of a Mangrovibacter sp. strain MP23 that was isolated from the roots of Phargmites karka (P. karka), an invasive weed growing in the Chilika Lagoon, Odisha, India. Strain MP23 is a facultative anaerobic,(More)
We report the 4.51 Mb draft genome of Pseudomonas sp. strain BMS12, a Gram-negative bacterium in the class of Gammaproteobacteria, isolated from the rhizospheric sediment of Phragmites karka, an invasive weed in Chilika Lake, Odisha, India. The Pseudomonas sp. strain BMS12 is capable of producing proteases and is also an efficient plant growth promoter that(More)
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