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Arthrobacter flavus sp. nov., a psychrophilic bacterium isolated from a pond in McMurdo Dry Valley, Antarctica.
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CMS 19YT, a psychrophilic bacterium, was isolated from a cyanobacterial mat sample from a pond in Antarctica and was characterized taxonomically and it is proposed that it should be placed in the genus Arthrobacter as a new species.
Deinococcus indicus sp. nov., an arsenic-resistant bacterium from an aquifer in West Bengal, India.
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An arsenic- and radiation-resistant bacterium, strain Wt/1a(T), was isolated from water from an arsenic-contaminated aquifer located in the Chakdah district of West Bengal, India and identified as a novel species of the genus Deinococcus sp.
Bacillus aerius sp. nov., Bacillus aerophilus sp. nov., Bacillus stratosphericus sp. nov. and Bacillus altitudinis sp. nov., isolated from cryogenic tubes used for collecting air samples from high
TLDR
Four novel bacterial strains were isolated from cryogenic tubes used to collect air samples at altitudes of 24, 28 and 41 km and represent four novel species for which the names Bacillus aerius sp.
Pedobacter himalayensis sp. nov., from the Hamta glacier located in the Himalayan mountain ranges of India.
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Phenotypic, chemotaxonomic and phylogenetic analyses suggest that HHS 22(T) represents a novel species of the genus Pedobacter, for which the name Pedobacteria himalayensis sp.
Planococcus antarcticus and Planococcus psychrophilus spp. nov. isolated from cyanobacterial mat samples collected from ponds in Antarctica
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A new species of orange-pigmented bacteria associated with cyanobacterial mat samples collected from four different lakes in McMurdo, Antarctica, was identified and represented a new species, which was assigned the name Planococcus antarcticus sp.
Bacterial diversity of soil in the vicinity of Pindari glacier, Himalayan mountain ranges, India, using culturable bacteria and soil 16S rRNA gene clones
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Principal component analysis (PCA) revealed that P1S and P8S were different from P4S soil sample, and indicated that arsenic content, pH, Cr and altitude influence the observed differences in the percentage of specific OTUs in the three 16S rRNA gene clone libraries.
Bacterial diversity of a soil sample from Schirmacher Oasis, Antarctica.
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The Antarctic soil clones also resembled the bacterial diversity of soils from other geographical regions, but were unique in that none of the clones from the soil belonged to the uncultured Y, O, G, A and B groups common to all soil samples.
Psychrophilic pseudomonads from Antarctica: Pseudomonas antarctica sp. nov., Pseudomonas meridiana sp. nov. and Pseudomonas proteolytica sp. nov.
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Thirty-one bacteria that belonged to the genus Pseudomonas were isolated from cyanobacterial mat samples that were collected from various water bodies in Antarctica; all 31 isolates were psychrophilic; they could be divided into three groups, based on their protein profiles, which were established to be related closely to the PseUDomonas fluorescens group.
Pseudonocardia antarctica sp. nov. an Actinomycetes from McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica.
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Phylogenetic analysis based on the 16S rRNA gene sequence analysis further confirms that DVS 5al which forms a robust clade with P. alni, P. compacta,P.
Psychrobacter vallis sp. nov. and Psychrobacter aquaticus sp. nov., from Antarctica.
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Twelve strains of psychrophilic bacteria were isolated from cyanobacterial mat samples collected from various water bodies in the McMurdo Dry Valley region of Antarctica, and it is proposed to classify CMS 39(T) and CMS 56(T), a representative strain of Group III, as representing the type strains of novel species of Psychrobacter, for which the names psychrobacter vallis sp.
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