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Identification of Cultivable and Uncultivable Antarctic Soil Bacteria

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Title
Identification of Cultivable and Uncultivable Antarctic Soil Bacteria
Other Titles
배양 가능 및 불가능한 남극 토양 세균 연구
Authors
Lee, Yoo Kyung
Lee, Hong Kum
Hong, Soon Gyu
Keywords
CFB group; High GC Gram-positive bacteria; Identification; Proteobacteria; soil bacteria
Issue Date
2008
Citation
Lee, Yoo Kyung, Lee, Hong Kum, Hong, Soon Gyu. 2008. Identification of Cultivable and Uncultivable Antarctic Soil Bacteria. SETI Institute. SETI Institute. 2008.04.15~.
Abstract
Diverse bacterial strains were isolated from soil samples that had been collected around the King Sejong Station, King George Island in Antarctica (62° 13′ S, 58° 47′ W). The collected samples were diluted in distilled water, spread on marine agar plates and cultured at 25℃. Phylogenetic analysis of 16S rRNA gene sequences indicated that the soil bacteria belonged to alpha- and gamma-Proteobacteria, the CFB group, and High GC Gram-positive bacteria. They included Aequorivita, Algoriphagus, Arthrobacter, Bacillus, Cellulophaga, Devosia, Flavobacterium, Flexibacter, Formosa, Glaciecola, Microbacterium, Pibocella, Pimelobacter, Planococcus, Plantibacter, Pseudoalteromonas, Psychrobacter, Psychromonas, Rheinheimera, Rhodobacter, Rhodococcus, Roseobacter, Sanguibacter, Shewanella, Thiobacillus, Winogradskyella, and Zobellia species. To directly identify uncultivable bacteria from soil samples, pyrosequencing analysis is in progress.
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http://repository.kopri.re.kr/handle/201206/7778
Conference Name
SETI Institute
Conference Place
SETI Institute
Conference Date
2008.04.15~
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