Common Features of Environmental and Potentially Beneficial Plant-Associated Burkholderia

@article{SurezMoreno2011CommonFO,
  title={Common Features of Environmental and Potentially Beneficial Plant-Associated Burkholderia},
  author={Zulma Roc{\'i}o Su{\'a}rez-Moreno and J{\'e}sus Caballero-Mellado and Bruna Goncalves Coutinho and L{\'u}cia Mendonça-Previato and Euan Kevin James and Vittorio 7 Venturi},
  journal={Microbial Ecology},
  year={2011},
  volume={63},
  pages={249-266}
}
The genus Burkholderia comprises more than 60 species isolated from a wide range of niches. Although they have been shown to be diverse and ubiquitously distributed, most studies have thus far focused on the pathogenic species due to their clinical importance. However, the increasing number of recently described Burkholderia species associated with plants or with the environment has highlighted the division of the genus into two main clusters, as suggested by phylogenetical analyses. The first… CONTINUE READING
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