Freshwater bacterial lifestyles inferred from comparative genomics.

@article{Livermore2014FreshwaterBL,
  title={Freshwater bacterial lifestyles inferred from comparative genomics.},
  author={Joshua Livermore and Scott J. Emrich and John Wei-Ming Tan and Stuart E. Jones},
  journal={Environmental microbiology},
  year={2014},
  volume={16 3},
  pages={
          746-58
        }
}
While micro-organisms actively mediate and participate in freshwater ecosystem services, we know little about freshwater microbial genetic diversity. Genome sequences are available for many bacteria from the human microbiome and the ocean (over 800 and 200, respectively), but only two freshwater genomes are currently available: the streamlined genomes of Polynucleobacter necessarius ssp. asymbioticus and the Actinobacterium AcI-B1. Here, we sequenced and analysed draft genomes of eight… CONTINUE READING
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