Burkholderia dilworthii sp. nov., isolated from Lebeckia ambigua root nodules.

@article{DeMeyer2014BurkholderiaDS,
  title={Burkholderia dilworthii sp. nov., isolated from Lebeckia ambigua root nodules.},
  author={Sofie E. De Meyer and Margo Cnockaert and Julie Ardley and Ben-Erik van Wyk and Peter A. Vandamme and John Gregory Howieson},
  journal={International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology},
  year={2014},
  volume={64 Pt 4},
  pages={
          1090-5
        }
}
Three strains of Gram-stain-negative, rod-shaped bacteria were isolated from Lebeckia ambigua root nodules and authenticated on this host. Based on the 16S rRNA gene sequence phylogeny, they were shown to belong to the genus Burkholderia, with the representative strain WSM3556(T) being most closely related to Burkholderia caledonica LMG 23644(T) (98.70 % 16S rRNA gene sequence similarity) and Burkholderia rhynchosiae WSM3937(T) (98.50 %). Additionally, these strains formed a distinct group in… 

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