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Title: 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.
Authors:
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Editors:
Newton, Irene L.
Award ID(s):
1832210
Publication Date:
NSF-PAR ID:
10213483
Journal Name:
Microbiology Resource Announcements
Volume:
9
Issue:
38
ISSN:
2576-098X
Sponsoring Org:
National Science Foundation
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