Carper, D., et al., 2020. Microbiology Resource Announcements

Draft genome sequence of Tumebacillus sp. BK434, isolated from the roots of eastern cottonwood

Dana L. Carper, Christopher W. Schadt, Leah H. Burdick, Udaya C. Kalluri, and Dale A. Pelletier
28 May 2020, Microbiology Resource Announcements 9(22) e00351-20; doi: 10.1128/MRA.00351-20


A Gram-positive bacterium was isolated from the root of an eastern cottonwood tree (Populus deltoides) in Georgia and identified as a Tumebacillus species with 99% 16S rRNA nucleotide identity to Tumebacillus avium. The genome is 4.6 Mbp and encodes 4,072 proteins and 251 RNAs.


Draft Genome Sequence of Tumebacillus sp. Strain BK434, Isolated from the Roots of Eastern Cottonwood
Dana L. CarperChristopher W. SchadtLeah H. BurdickUdaya C. KalluriDale A. Pelletier

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