JCM Catalogue

Rathayibacter toxicus (Riley and Ophel 1992) Sasaki et al. 1998

Taxonomy in NCBI database: Bacteria; Actinobacteria; Actinomycetia; Micrococcales; Microbacteriaceae.

9669T <-- ICMP 9525 <-- I. T. Riley CS14.
Accessioned in 1995.
=ATCC 49908 =CIP 104617 =DSM 7488 =ICMP 9525 =NCPPB 3552 =VKM Ac-1600.
Clavibacter toxicus.
Type strain [3746].
Medium: 26;  Temperature: 30°C; Rehydration fluid: 656.

Source: Seed gall of Lolium rigidum, Murray Bridge, South Australia.
Biochemistry/Physiology: [3746].
Cell wall: A2bu [3746], L-A2bu [4358].
Quinone: MK-10 [4358].
G+C (mol%): 67 (Tm) [3746], 60 (HPLC) [4358], 61.5 (genome sequence) [12227].
DNA-DNA relatedness: [4358].
Phylogeny: 16S rRNA gene (D84127, LC066140) [4358].
Genome sequence: AUDF00000000.
More information: Causes annual ryegrass toxicity.
NCBI Taxonomy ID: 145458.

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Genetically modified microorganism No -
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