Streamlining and Core Genome Conservation among Highly Divergent Members of the SAR11 Clade

@inproceedings{Grote2012StreamliningAC,
  title={Streamlining and Core Genome Conservation among Highly Divergent Members of the SAR11 Clade},
  author={Jana Grote and J Cameron Thrash and Megan J Huggett and Zachary C. Landry and Paul R. Carini and Stephen J. Giovannoni and Michael S. Rapp{\'e}},
  booktitle={mBio},
  year={2012}
}
SAR11 is an ancient and diverse clade of heterotrophic bacteria that are abundant throughout the world's oceans, where they play a major role in the ocean carbon cycle. Correlations between the phylogenetic branching order and spatiotemporal patterns in cell distributions from planktonic ocean environments indicate that SAR11 has evolved into perhaps a dozen or more specialized ecotypes that span evolutionary distances equivalent to a bacterial order. We isolated and sequenced genomes from… CONTINUE READING
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