Nitrospiraceae

Nitrospiraceae

A prokaryote genus name with no current standing in prokaryotic nomenclature.
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The relative abundance of Crenarchaeota at the phylum level, Thaumarchaeota and PBS-25 at the class level, Nitrososphaerales, SBR1031 and PBS-25 (Class) at the order level, Nitrososphaeraceae, Sphingomonadaceae, *Lactobacillales (Other), Nitrospiraceae and SJA-101 at the family level, Candidatus Nitrososphaera, *Flavobacteriaceae (Family), *SJA101 (Family), *Rhizobiaceae (Family), *Hyphomonadaceae (Family), and Nitrosopumilus at the genus level had extremely significantly negative relationship with NDF digestibility (p< 0.01).
Through FISH analysis, it was observed that the groups Nitrosomonadaceae, Nitrospiraceae, and Nitrobacter had significantly higher abundance in the urban area (see Figure 2).
For the group Nitrospiraceae, which includes the genus Nitrospira, no difference was observed between the two habitats by PCR analysis (see Figure 1).
Allowing a sizing error of more than 10 bp indicates the closest-size fragments belong to uncultured Nitrospiraceae. Only 3 organisms match the peak at Msp 564 bp: Azospira ([beta]-proteobacteria), and Acidithiobacillus and Cellvibrio ([gamma]proteobacteria).