Phylogenomics of Rhodobacteraceae reveals evolutionary adaptation to marine and non-marine habitats

@inproceedings{Simon2017PhylogenomicsOR,
  title={Phylogenomics of Rhodobacteraceae reveals evolutionary adaptation to marine and non-marine habitats},
  author={M. le Professeur D. Simon and Carmen Scheuner and Jan P. Meier-Kolthoff and Thorsten Brinkhoff and Irene Wagner-D{\"o}bler and Marcus Ulbrich and Hans-Peter Klenk and Dietmar Schomburg and J{\"o}rn Petersen and Markus G{\"o}ker},
  booktitle={The ISME Journal},
  year={2017}
}
Marine Rhodobacteraceae (Alphaproteobacteria) are key players of biogeochemical cycling, comprise up to 30% of bacterial communities in pelagic environments and are often mutualists of eukaryotes. As ‘Roseobacter clade’, these ‘roseobacters’ are assumed to be monophyletic, but non-marine Rhodobacteraceae have not yet been included in phylogenomic analyses. Therefore, we analysed 106 genome sequences, particularly emphasizing gene sampling and its effect on phylogenetic stability, and… CONTINUE READING
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