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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The 434 genus of bacteria, belong to 30 phylum, the more popular bacteria were Proteobacteria (33.54%), following by Firmicutes (18.58), Acidobacteria (12.82%), Actinobacteria (9.27%), Bacteridetes (5.44%), Crenarchaeota (4.58%), Fusobacteria (2.66%), Verrucomicrobia (2.29%), Gemmatimonadetes (2.18%) and Planctomycetes (1.39%), and they were more than 92.75%.
seasons Phylum indoor dog) lower) (a) combined) Proteobacteria 24 14 8 Firmicutes 32 15 6 Actinobacteria 7 5 0 Bacteroidetes 23 6 2 Cyanobacteria 0 3 4 Chloroflexi 0 0 0 Acidobacteria 0 0 1 Fusobacteria 5 2 0 Verrucomicrobia 0 0 0 [Thermi] 1 0 0 TM7 1 0 0 Euryarchaeota (f) 0 0 0 Tenericutes 1 0 0 Gemmatimonadetes 0 0 0 FBP 0 0 0 Armatimonadetes 0 0 0 Crenarchaeota (f) 0 0 0 Planctomycetes 0 0 0 Phylum unassigned 0 0 2 Total 94 45 23 Exposures Animal Crop farming Crop farming farming (vs.
Beman JM, Popp BN, Francis CA (2008) Molecular and biogcochemical evidence for ammonia oxidation by marine Crenarchaeota in the Gulf of California.
This compares to normal abundances of 2% Archaea in natural soils, which are also typically dominated by Crenarchaeota and not the Euryarchaeota of which the methanogens belong [75].
Crenarchaeota and Euryarchaeota are best characterized, and this taxonomic division is strongly supported by comparative genomics (Ishino, Kelman, Kelman, & Ishino, 2013; Sarmiento, Long, Cann, & Whitman, 2014).
Cave ferromanganese deposits contain some archaea groups, which include mesophilic Crenarchaeota and Euryarchaeota, and this group of archaea has been reported in different studies (31,33).
In total, 4133 methanogenic bacteria were classified into Archaea domain and Crenarchaeota and Euryarchaeota are most visible group [33].
Analysis of two inoculums showed that Euryarchaeota (Methanosarcinales (1%) and Crenarchaeota (Desulfurococcales)) were represented in both inoculums (Figures 1(a) and 1(b)).
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).
Of the archaeal sequences analyzed, all of them were classified within two phyla: Euryarchaeota and Crenarchaeota, representing 925 and 810 sequences, respectively.