Strain identifier

BacDive ID: 158529

Type strain: Yes

Species: Rhodovulum aestuarii

Strain Designation: JA924

Culture col. no.: LMG 29031, KCTC 15485

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General

@ref: 65206

BacDive-ID: 158529

keywords: rod-shaped, gram-negative, mesophilic, photoheterotroph, Bacteria, 16S sequence

description: Rhodovulum aestuarii JA924 is a photoheterotroph, mesophilic, gram-negative bacterium that builds chains and aggregates and was isolated from brackish water.

doi: 10.13145/bacdive158529.20201210.5

Name and taxonomic classification

LPSN

  • @ref: 20215
  • description: domain/bacteria
  • keyword: phylum/proteobacteria
  • domain: Bacteria
  • phylum: Proteobacteria
  • class: Alphaproteobacteria
  • order: Rhodobacterales
  • family: Rhodobacteraceae
  • genus: Rhodovulum
  • species: Rhodovulum aestuarii
  • full scientific name: Rhodovulum aestuarii Divyasree et al. 2016

@ref: 65206

domain: Bacteria

phylum: Proteobacteria

class: Alphaproteobacteria

order: Rhodobacterales

family: Rhodobacteraceae

genus: Rhodovulum

species: Rhodovulum aestuarii

strain designation: JA924

type strain: yes

Morphology

cell morphology

@refgram staincell lengthcell shapemotility
65206negative2-3 ┬Ámrod-shapedno
65206oval-shaped

colony morphology

  • @ref: 65206
  • colony color: yellowish brown

multicellular morphology

  • @ref: 65206
  • forms multicellular complex: yes
  • complex name: chains and aggregates

pigmentation

@refproductionname
65206yesBacteriochlorophyll-a
65206yesspheroidene

Culture and growth conditions

culture temp

@refgrowthtypetemperaturerange
65206positivegrowth25-35mesophilic
65206positiveoptimum30mesophilic

culture pH

@refabilitytypepH
65206positivegrowth6-10
65206positiveoptimum7.5

Physiology and metabolism

tolerance

  • @ref: 65206
  • compound: sulfide
  • concentration: 4.0 mM

nutrition type

@reftype
65206photoheterotroph
65206photolithoautotroph
65206chemoorganoheterotroph

halophily

@refsaltgrowthtested relationconcentration
65206NaClpositivegrowth0-8 %(w/v)
65206NaClpositiveoptimum2-4 %(w/v)

observation

@refobservation
65206Bacteriochlorophyll-a and spheroidene are the photosynthetic pigments.
65206Chemolithoautotrophy and fermentative growth are absent.

metabolite utilization

@refChebi-IDmetaboliteutilization activitykind of utilization tested
65206309162-oxoglutarate-carbon source
65206309162-oxoglutarate-electron donor
6520630089acetate+carbon source
6520630089acetate+electron donor
6520631206ammonium chloride+nitrogen source
6520622651ascorbate-carbon source
6520622651ascorbate-electron donor
6520635391aspartate-carbon source
6520635391aspartate-electron donor
6520635391aspartate+nitrogen source
6520616150benzoate-carbon source
6520616150benzoate-electron donor
6520628885butanol-carbon source
6520628885butanol-electron donor
6520617968butyrate-carbon source
6520617968butyrate-electron donor
6520627689decanoate-carbon source
6520627689decanoate-electron donor
65206casamino acids+carbon source
65206casamino acids+electron donor
6520616947citrate-carbon source
6520616947citrate-electron donor
6520635899crotonate-carbon source
6520635899crotonate-electron donor
6520617997dinitrogen+nitrogen source
6520624996lactate-carbon source
6520624996lactate-electron donor
6520616236ethanol-carbon source
6520616236ethanol-electron donor
6520615740formate+carbon source
6520615740formate+electron donor
6520628757fructose+carbon source
6520628757fructose+electron donor
6520629806fumarate-carbon source
6520629806fumarate-electron donor
6520624265gluconate+carbon source
6520624265gluconate+electron donor
6520617234glucose+/-carbon source
6520617234glucose+/-electron donor
6520628300glutamine+nitrogen source
6520617754glycerol-carbon source
6520617754glycerol-electron donor
6520629805glycolate-carbon source
6520629805glycolate-electron donor
6520629985L-glutamate-carbon source
6520629985L-glutamate-electron donor
6520625115malate-carbon source
6520625115malate-electron donor
6520617306maltose-carbon source
6520617306maltose-electron donor
6520629864mannitol-carbon source
6520629864mannitol-electron donor
6520617790methanol-carbon source
6520617790methanol-electron donor
6520616811methionine+carbon source
6520616811methionine+electron donor
6520617632nitrate+nitrogen source
65206peptone+carbon source
65206peptone+electron donor
6520628831propanol-carbon source
6520628831propanol-electron donor
6520617272propionate-carbon source
6520617272propionate-electron donor
6520615361pyruvate+carbon source
6520615361pyruvate+electron donor
6520630911sorbitol+carbon source
6520630911sorbitol+electron donor
6520630031succinate+carbon source
6520630031succinate+electron donor
6520617992sucrose+carbon source
6520617992sucrose+electron donor
6520616189sulfate+assimilation
6520615138sulfide+assimilation
6520615138sulfide+carbon source
6520615138sulfide+electron donor
65206132950tartrate-carbon source
65206132950tartrate-electron donor
6520647869thioglycolate-carbon source
6520647869thioglycolate-electron donor
6520616094thiosulfate+assimilation
6520631011valerate-carbon source
6520631011valerate-electron donor

Isolation, sampling and environmental information

isolation

  • @ref: 65206
  • sample type: brackish water
  • geographic location: near Somnath on the western coast of Gujarat
  • country: India
  • origin.country: IND
  • continent: Asia

isolation source categories

  • Cat1: #Environmental
  • Cat2: #Aquatic
  • Cat3: #Brackish

Sequence information

16S sequences

  • @ref: 65206
  • description: 16S rRNA gene sequence
  • accession: LN866627
  • database: nuccore

GC content

  • @ref: 65206
  • GC-content: 63.92-64.08
  • method: high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC)

External links

@ref: 65206

culture collection no.: LMG 29031, KCTC 15485

Reference

@idauthorstitledoi/urljournal
20215D.Gleim, M.Kracht, N.Weiss et. al.Prokaryotic Nomenclature Up-to-date - compilation of all names of Bacteria and Archaea, validly published according to the Bacteriological Code since 1. Jan. 1980, and validly published nomenclatural changes sincehttp://www.dsmz.de/bacterial-diversity/prokaryotic-nomenclature-up-to-date.html
65206B. Divyasree, K. V. N. S. Lakshmi, Dave Bharti, Ch. Sasikala, Ch. V. RamanaRhodovulum aestuarii sp. nov., isolated from a brackish water body10.1099/ijsem.0.000691IJSEM 66: 165-171 2016