Algicidal Effects of a Novel MarinePseudoalteromonas Isolate (Class Proteobacteria, Gamma Subdivision) on Harmful Algal Bloom Species of the GeneraChattonella, Gymnodinium, andHeterosigma

@article{Lovejoy1998AlgicidalEO,
  title={Algicidal Effects of a Novel MarinePseudoalteromonas Isolate (Class Proteobacteria, Gamma Subdivision) on Harmful Algal Bloom Species of the GeneraChattonella, Gymnodinium, andHeterosigma},
  author={Connie Lovejoy and John P. Bowman and Gustaaf M. Hallegraeff},
  journal={Applied and Environmental Microbiology},
  year={1998},
  volume={64},
  pages={2806 - 2813}
}
ABSTRACT During a bacterial survey of the Huon Estuary in southern Tasmania, Australia, we isolated a yellow-pigmented Pseudoalteromonasstrain (class Proteobacteria, gamma subdivision), designated strain Y, that had potent algicidal effects on harmful algal bloom species. This organism was identified by 16S rRNA sequencing as a strain with close affinities to Pseudoalteromonas peptidysin. This bacterium caused rapid cell lysis and death (within 3 h) of gymnodinoids (including Gymnodinium… 
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