Burkholderia nodosa sp. nov., isolated from root nodules of the woody Brazilian legumes Mimosa bimucronata and Mimosa scabrella.

@article{Chen2007BurkholderiaNS,
  title={Burkholderia nodosa sp. nov., isolated from root nodules of the woody Brazilian legumes Mimosa bimucronata and Mimosa scabrella.},
  author={Wen-Ming Chen and S{\'e}rgio Miana de Faria and Euan Kevin James and Geoffrey N. Elliott and Kuan-Yin Lin and Jui-Hsing Chou and Shih Yi Sheu and Margo C Cnockaert and Janet Irene Sprent and Peter Vandamme},
  journal={International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={57 Pt 5},
  pages={
          1055-9
        }
}
Three strains, Br3437(T), Br3461 and Br3470, were isolated from nitrogen-fixing nodules on the roots of Mimosa scabrella (Br3437(T)) and Mimosa bimucronata (Br3461, Br3470), both of which are woody legumes native to Brazil. On the basis of 16S rRNA gene sequence similarities, all the strains were shown previously to belong to the genus Burkholderia. A polyphasic approach, including DNA-DNA hybridizations, PFGE of whole-genome DNA profiles, whole-cell protein analyses, fatty acid methyl ester… CONTINUE READING

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