Species Mycetohabitans rhizoxinica

Name: Mycetohabitans rhizoxinica (Partida-Martinez et al. 2007) Estrada-de Los Santos et al. 2018

Category: Species

Proposed as: comb. nov.

Basonym: Burkholderia rhizoxinica Partida-Martinez et al. 2007

Etymology: rhi.zo.xi’ni.ca N.L. neut. n. rhizoxinum, rhizoxin; L. fem. suff. -ica, suffix used with various meanings; N.L. fem. adj. rhizoxinica, referring to the ability of this organism to produce the antimitotic agent rhizonin

Type strains: CIP 109453; DSM 19002; HKI 454

16S rRNA gene: AJ938142 Analyse FASTA

Effective publication: Estrada-de Los Santos P, Palmer M, Chavez-Ramirez B, Beukes C, Steenkamp ET, Briscoe L, Khan N, Maluk M, Lafos M, Humm E, et al. Whole Genome Analyses Suggests that Burkholderia sensu lato Contains Two Additional Novel Genera (Mycetohabitans gen. nov., and Trinickia gen. nov.): Implications for the Evolution of Diazotrophy and Nodulation in the Burkholderiaceae. Genes (Basel) 2018; 9:389.

IJSEM list: Oren A, Garrity GM. Validation list no. 184. List of new names and new combinations previously effectively, but not validly, published. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol 2018; 68:3379-3393.

Nomenclatural status: validly published

Taxonomic status: correct name

Parent taxon: Mycetohabitans Estrada-de Los Santos et al. 2018

Assigned by: Estrada-de Los Santos P, Palmer M, Chavez-Ramirez B, Beukes C, Steenkamp ET, Briscoe L, Khan N, Maluk M, Lafos M, Humm E, et al. Whole Genome Analyses Suggests that Burkholderia sensu lato Contains Two Additional Novel Genera (Mycetohabitans gen. nov., and Trinickia gen. nov.): Implications for the Evolution of Diazotrophy and Nodulation in the Burkholderiaceae. Genes (Basel) 2018; 9:389.

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