ABSTRACT Alcanivorax sp. strain 97CO-6 was isolated from a crude oil-consuming bacterial consortium, enriched from Yellow Sea sediments from China. Here, we present the draft genome of strain 97CO-6, which contains 3,253,423 bp, with a G+C content of 54.53%, as well as 2,931 protein-coding genes and 42 tRNAs.
Genome Sequences of Frankineae sp. Strain MT45 and Jatrophihabitans sp. Strain GAS493, Two Actinobacteria Isolated from Forest Soil
ABSTRACT Frankiaceae are bacterial endosymbionts that are also found free-living in soil. Here, we present the genome sequences of two novel bacterial members of the order Frankiales , class Actinobacteria , isolated from temperate terrestrial forest soils. The genomes for MT45 and GAS493 indicate a genetic capacity for carbohydrate degradation but not nitrogen fixation.
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