Crenarchaeota


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Crenarchaeota

one of two KINGDOMS of the DOMAIN ARCHAEA, which contains extreme thermophiles (see THERMOPHILIC). The kingdom is more commonly called the crenotes. See CLASSIFICATION.
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Beman JM, Popp BN, Francis CA (2008) Molecular and biogcochemical evidence for ammonia oxidation by marine Crenarchaeota in the Gulf of California.
In these surroundings, mainly are microbial organisms as cyanobacteria and filamentous green non-sulfur bacteria (3), thermophilic denitrification bacteria (4) and especially Crenarchaeota from Archaea members (5), (6).
2007) una amplia distribucion de Crenarchaeota en suelos y se ha estudiado su papel en la nitrificacion (Nicol y Schleper, 2006).
Give some examples of different proposed prokaryotic kingdoms, such as Acidobacterium, Crenarchaeota, Proteobacteria, etc.
Instead, more trees suggest that eukaryotes arose from a branch of the archaea, called the eocytes or Crenarchaeota.
Tras el analisis del ARN ribosomal de la subunidad 16S de las Archaea se distinguieron dos grupos filogeneticamente diferentes: Crenarchaeota y Euryarchaeota (Figura 1).
Phylum 2 Crenarchaeota [Thermoacidophilic (Hot-Acid-Loving) Bacteria)]
Treusch AH, Leininger S, Kletzin A, Schuster SC, Klenk HP, Schleper C (2005) Novel genes for nitrite reductase and amo-related proteins indicate a role of uncultivated mesophilic crenarchaeota in nitrogen cycling.
NRC-1 APE Archaea Crenarchaeota Aeropyrum pemix SSO Archaea Crenarchaeota Sulfolobus solfataricus STO Archaea Crenarchaeota Sulfolobus tokodaii * Indicates pathogenic bacteria Source: KEGG Pathways Database 2004-2005.
2004) detected the presence of a homologue of the gene encoding the ammonia monooxygenase enzyme (the enzyme responsible for ammonia oxidation) (amoA) in members of the crenarchaeota.
Interestingly, of about 400 clones screened, not one representative of Crenarchaeota was encountered; all were representatives of Euryarchaeota.
The recent discovery of ammonia-oxidising capacity within the Crenarchaeota lineage of the archaea (Treusch et al.