2007
DOI: 10.1099/ijs.0.65256-0
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Proposal of Viridibacillus gen. nov. and reclassification of Bacillus arvi, Bacillus arenosi and Bacillus neidei as Viridibacillus arvi gen. nov., comb. nov., Viridibacillus arenosi comb. nov. and Viridibacillus neidei comb. nov.

Abstract: A polyphasic study was undertaken to clarify the taxonomic position of endospore-forming strains 433-D9, 433-E17 and 121-X1. BOX-PCR-generated fingerprints indicated that they may be members of a single species. 16S rRNA gene sequence similarity demonstrated that a representative of this group, 433-D9, is affiliated closely with Bacillus arvi DSM 16317T (100 %), Bacillus arenosi DSM 16319T (99.8 %) and Bacillus neidei NRRL BD-87T (97.1 %). Sequence similarities revealed Bacillus pycnus NRRL NRS-1691T and sever… Show more

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“…The polar lipid profile of B. subtilis has been shown to be characteristic of the genus Bacillus and should form part of the genus description (Kämpfer et al, 2006). The polar lipid profile of B. subtilis comprises diphosphatidylglycerol, phosphatidylglycerol, phosphatidylethanolamine, an unknown aminophospholipid and b-gentiobiosyldiacylglycerol (Kämpfer et al, 2006;Albert et al, 2007), while the polar lipids of F. pallidus comprise diphosphatidylglycerol, phosphatidylglycerol, phosphatidylethanolamine, two aminophosphoglycolipids, five unknown phospholipids, two phosphoglycolipids and one glycolipid (Zhou et al, 2009). The polar lipid profile of strain H2 T was similar to those for the genus Bacillus.…”
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“…The polar lipid profile of B. subtilis has been shown to be characteristic of the genus Bacillus and should form part of the genus description (Kämpfer et al, 2006). The polar lipid profile of B. subtilis comprises diphosphatidylglycerol, phosphatidylglycerol, phosphatidylethanolamine, an unknown aminophospholipid and b-gentiobiosyldiacylglycerol (Kämpfer et al, 2006;Albert et al, 2007), while the polar lipids of F. pallidus comprise diphosphatidylglycerol, phosphatidylglycerol, phosphatidylethanolamine, two aminophosphoglycolipids, five unknown phospholipids, two phosphoglycolipids and one glycolipid (Zhou et al, 2009). The polar lipid profile of strain H2 T was similar to those for the genus Bacillus.…”
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“…These isoand anteiso-branched fatty acids of the 14-17-carbon series are typical of those found in the cell membranes of members of the genus Bacillus (Kämpfer, 1994; Albert et al, 2005). Thus, these chemotaxonomic features of strain H2 T were typical of those for the genus Bacillus (Priest et al, 1988;Heyrman et al, 2004; Albert et al, 2005Albert et al, , 2007Wieser et al, 2005; Lim et al, 2006a, b;Xue et al, 2008). In addition, the DNA G+C content of strain H2 T was 44.8 mol%, which is within the range for the genus Bacillus (Nielsen et al, 1995;Priest et al, 1988).…”
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“…Except for B. silvestris, data for peptidoglycan composition, polar lipids and often fatty acids are lacking for those Bacillus species that together with B. silvestris belong to the same clade (B. odysseyi, B. massiliensis, B. pycnus). Many investigators have suggested that species placed within the genus Bacillus in Bacillus rRNA group 2 do not belong to it and should be reclassified either into novel genera or into pre-existing genera within the group (Farrow et al, 1994;Yoon et al, 2001;Ahmed et al, 2007;Albert et al, 2007). As for the taxonomic position of B. odysseyi, B. massiliensis and B. pycnus, all three species seem to be phylogenetically distantly related to B. silvestris (Supplementary Table S1 and Fig.…”
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“…Recently Ahmed et al (2007) proposed the transfer of two additional rRNA group 2 Bacillus species, i.e. B. fusiformis and B. sphaericus, into a newly created genus Lysinibacillus and Albert et al (2007) proposed a new genus Viridibacillus to include the species Bacillus arvi, Bacillus arenosi and Bacillus neidei. Five of the six species originally placed in Bacillus rRNA group 2 were excluded from this genus and reclassified as members of existing or new genera.…”
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