Rhizobium halotolerans sp. nov., Isolated from Chloroethylenes Contaminated Soil

@article{Diange2013RhizobiumHS,
  title={Rhizobium halotolerans sp. nov., Isolated from Chloroethylenes Contaminated Soil},
  author={Eboa Adolf Diange and Sang-Seob Lee},
  journal={Current Microbiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={66},
  pages={599-605}
}
The strain designated as AB21T was isolated from chloroethylenes contaminated soil. Cells are gram-negative, aerobic, non-spore-forming, and motile rods. Phylogenetic analysis based on 16S rRNA gene sequence showed that it belonged to the genus Rhizobium, and was closely related to Rhizobium sullae IS 123T (97.4 %), Rhizobium yanglingense SH 22623T (97.2 %), Rhizobium gallicum R 602spT (97.1 %), Rhizobium alamii GBV 016T (97.0 %), and Rhizobium monogolense USDA 1844T (97.0 %). It showed less… Expand
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