Por otro lado, los filos presentes en menor abundancia fueron Actinobacteria
(5.73%) y Verrucomicrobia (4.81%) (Tabla 7).
isolated from termite guts as a source of novel oxidative enzymes.--Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 100: 589-605.
Species of Actinobacteria
are common inhabitants of soil.
The potent Actinobacteria
was selected based on the vast zone of inhibition and it was taken for further studies.
In carnivorous animals however, there were only five of these that were core microbiota: Bacteroidetes (21.63-38.97 %), Firmicutes (20.97-44.01 %), Proteobacteria (9.33-17.60 %), Fusobacteria (9.11-17.90%), and Actinobacteria
(1.22-2.87 %) (Wu et al., 2016).
The response of the analysed groups of microorganisms may be ranked as follows: bacteria > actinobacteria
> fungi (Yang et al.
For the samples stored at 4[degrees]C, the relative abundance of Actinobacteria
increased after 3 weeks, while that of Firmicutes decreased.
The top two phyla uniquely related to crop farming were Proteobacteria (36%) and Actinobacteria
In animal and human studies that looked at the correlation between microbiome and obesity, it was found that obese individuals had a low microbial diversity, a high percentage of Firmicute and Actinobacteria
, and a low percentage of Bacteriodes, Verrucomicrobia and Faecalibacterium prausnitzii.
In its first year, Dalisay has already discovered antimicrobial actinobacteria
from marine sediments in the islands of Cebu, Bohol, Negros Occidental and Panay, which are essential in discovering new antibiotics.
After 16 wk of grow-out, there was a consistent decrease in the proportion of Actinobacteria
and Betaproteobacteria, compared with that found in the guts of weaning abalone, and an increase in the proportion of Mollicutes (Fig.
The dominant five phyla observed in stool samples have been Firmicutes , Bacteroidetes , Proteobacteria , Actinobacteria
, and Fusobacteria , ranked in the order of abundance.