Microbacterium spp. isolated from heavy metal (HM)-contaminated environments (soil and plants) can play a role in mobilization processes and in the phytoextraction of HM. Here, we report the whole-genome sequences and annotation of 10 Microbacterium spp. isolated from both HM-contaminated and -noncontaminated compartments.
Agromyces aureus AR33T is a Gram-positive, rod-shaped and motile bacterium belonging to the Microbacteriaceae family in the phylum Actinobacteria that was isolated from a former zinc/lead mining and processing site in Austria. In this study, the whole genome was sequenced and assembled combining sequences obtained from Illumina MiSeq and Sanger sequencing.… (More)
Laboratory and greenhouse experiments have shown that root-associated bacteria have beneficial effects on grapevine growth; however, these effects have not been tested in the field. Here, we aimed to demonstrate whether bacteria of different geographical origins derived from different crop plants can colonize grapevine to gain a beneficial outcome for the… (More)
We report here the draft genome sequence of Paenibacillus polymyxa strain CCI-25, which displays strong antifungal and antibacterial activities in vitro The genome encompasses nonribosomal peptide synthetases predicted to encode a tridecaptin, polymyxin, fusaricidin, an iturin-like synthetase, a lantibiotic similar to paenicidin A, as well as a type 1… (More)