Micromonospora


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Micromonospora

(mī″krō-mŏn-ă-spawr′ă)
A genus of gram-positive, branching bacteria that produce antibiotics.
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They found that most isolates obtained are of the genus Streptomyces and of other species such as Microbispora, Micromonospora, and Nocardiodes.
The dominant species belonging to 8 genera: Strptomyces spp., Pseudonocardia spp., Micromonospora spp., Actinoplanes spp., Kribbella spp., Rhodococcus spp., Nocardia spp.
Actinobacteria, especially genus Micromonospora and Thermonospora were successfully isolated from roots of Casuarina equisetifolia, they have nifH gene sequences which were closely related with Frankia sp.
These microorganisms belonged to nine different genera including Streptomyces, Micrococcus, Staphylococcus, Micromonospora, Candida, Klebsiella, Vibrio, Aspergillus, and Bacillus and degraded 1,3-DNB in synthetic media as well as in waste under aerobic conditions.
Antitumor anthraquinones from an endophytic actinomycete Micromonospora lupini sp.
When included in a reconstruction of the phylogeny along with the most similar sequences found on Genbank, the EVA clade came out as the sister group of a clade formed by Micromonospora echinospora, M.
GEN (derived from Micromonospora purpurea) was procured from Fluka Chemie AG, Switzerland.
Micromonospora species was identified according to International Streptomyces Project (Shirling and Gotellieb 1966) [10].
Fertilizer Actinomycetes g [soil.sup.-1] Nocardia Bactoderma Micromonospora Control 4.5x[10.sup.3] 1.1x[10.sup.3] 5.7x[10.sup.3] Urea 3.9x[10.sup.3] 0.8x[10.sup.3] 6.0x[10.sup.3] Urea + 8.9x[10.sup.3] 4.7x[10.sup.3] 8.0x[10.sup.3] phosphate Phosphate 6.5x[10.sup.3] 10.9x[10.sup.3] 16.2x[10.sup.3] Organic 12.6x[10.sup.3] 4.5x[10.sup.3] 11.9x[10.sup.3] fertilizer Grand means 36.4x[10.sup.3] 22.0x[10.sup.3] 47.8x[10.sup.3] SE [+ or -] 579.7 ** 568.9 ** 434.3 ** C.V.
Bacteria involved in leaf decomposition include the Actinomycetes (e.g., Streptomyccs, Nocardwides, Pseudonocardia, Nocarlia, and Micromonospora) and bacteria from the Cytophaga-Flavobacterium-Bacteroidetes group (Wohl & McArthur, 1998; Lydell et al., 2004).
According to the study, calicheamicin, a secondary metabolite of Micromonospora echinospora, is what gave the river its toxic reputation.
They were Streptomyces alanosinicus, Streptoverticillium album, Nocardia farcinia, Streptomyces atratus, Nocardia vaccini, Nocardia amarae and Micromonospora chalcea.