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Thauera chlorobenzoica

Taxonomy ID: 96773 (for references in articles please use NCBI:txid96773)
Scientific name: Thauera chlorobenzoica Song et al. 2001
type strain of Thauera chlorobenzoica: ATCC:700723
type strain of Thauera chlorobenzoica: CIP:107679
type strain of Thauera chlorobenzoica: DSM:18012
type strain of Thauera chlorobenzoica: KCTC:12933
type strain of Thauera chlorobenzoica: personal::3CB-1
NCBI BLAST® name: b-proteobacteria
Rank: species
Genetic code: Translation table 11 (Bacterial, Archaeal and Plant Plastid)
Other names:
heterotypic synonym: Thauera aromatica genomovar chlorobenzoica
Lineage( full )
cellular organisms; Bacteria; Proteobacteria; Betaproteobacteria; Rhodocyclales; Zoogloeaceae; Thauera
   Entrez records   
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Nucleotide 163
Protein 10,410
Genome 1
Popset 5
PubMed Central 11
SRA Experiments 1
Identical Protein Groups 4,499
Bio Project 4
Bio Sample 2
Bio Systems 201
Assembly 2
Probe 1
Taxonomy 1

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Thauera chlorobenzoica
Thauera chlorobenzoica is a gram negative short rod with a length of 3 to 3.7 m when growing on MR2A plate aerobically. It is motile during early stages of growth with peritrichous flagellation. Oxidase and catalase are positive. Nitrate, nitrite, and oxygen are used as the terminal electron acceptors. 3-Chlorobenzoate, 3-bromobenozate and 3-iodobenzoate are utilized as growth substrates under denitrifying conditions. In addition, strain 3CB-1 uses benzoate, 3-hydroxybenzoate, 4-hydroxybenzoate, 2-fluorobenozate, and 4-fluorobenozate under both aerobic and anaerobic conditions and benzyl alcohol, caproate, 3-aminobenzoate, protochatechuate, 3-methylphenol and 4-methylphenol only under denitrifying condtions. It can tolerate 2 % NaCl under denitrifying conditions and cannot hydrolyze gelatin, starch, and urea. The predominant fatty acids are cis-7-hexadecenoic acid (16:1w7c), hexadecanoic acid (16:0) and Octadecenoic acid (18:0). During prolonged incubations under denitrifying conditions the relative protion of methylene-hexadecanoic acid (17:0 CYCLO) increases with corresponding decrease in cis-7-hexadecenoic acid (16:1w7c). Strain 3CB-1 belongs to the genus Thauera in the beta subunit of Proteobacteria on the basis of cellular fatty acid analysis, 16S rRNA gene sequence analysis and DNA-DNA hybridization. Strain 3CB-1 is the type strain of the species Thauera chlorobenzoica. Bongkeun Song, personal communication.

Reference to PubMed documentSong B et al. (2000)
Song, B., Palleroni, N.J., and Haggblom, M.M. "Description of strain 3CB-1, a genomovar of Thauera aromatica, capable of degrading 3-chlorobenzoate coupled to nitrate reduction." Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol. (2000) 50:551-558.

Reference to PubMed documentSong B et al. (2001)
Song, B., Palleroni, N.J., Kerkhof, L.J., and Haggblom, M.M. "Characterization of halobenzoate-degrading, denitrifying Azoarcus and Thauera isolates and description of Thauera chlorobenzoica sp. nov." Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol. (2001) 51:589-602.

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