JCM Catalogue

Gordonia terrae (Tsukamura 1971) Stackebrandt et al. 1989

Taxonomy in NCBI database: Bacteria; Actinobacteria; Actinomycetia; Corynebacteriales; Gordoniaceae.

3229T <-- KCC A-0229 <-- M. Tsukamura 3612.
Accessioned in 1983.
=ATCC 25594 =BCRC 13382 =CCM 2633 =CCUG 34959 =CECT 5707 =CIP 104295 =DSM 43249 =IFM 0161 =IFO 16050 =IMET 7371 =JCM 3206 =KCTC 9807 =LMG 5369 =NBRC 16050 =NBRC 100016 =NCTC 10669 =NRRL B-16283 =VKM Ac-1023.
Gordona terrae.
Rhodococcus terrae.
Type strain [486,595,2434].
Medium: 43, 57;  Temperature: 28°C; Rehydration fluid: 656.

Source: Soil [486].
Biochemistry/Physiology: [486,734,4234].
Numerical taxonomy: [486,737,1155,2073,2327,2964,3751].
Cell wall: Chemotype IV A [486]; N-glycolyl Mur [276,4176].
Fatty acid: [4234].
Quinone: MK-9(H2) [2294].
Polar lipid: [751].
G+C (mol%): 64 (UV) [753], 67.8 (genome sequence) [12227].
DNA-DNA relatedness: [753].
Phylogeny: 16S rRNA gene (X53202, X79286, X81922) [2434,3591,3820,3951,3956], gyrB (AB438198, LC072679), secA1 (AB437926, LC072675) [8445,11460].
Other taxonomic data: Mycolic acid [1153,4234,4768]; Ribosomal protein [3947]; Mycobactin [1980].
Taxonomy: [2434].
Genome sequence: BAFD00000000, CP016594, JNXA00000000.
More information: Degrades cholesterol [2257].
NCBI Taxonomy ID: 2055.

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