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|標題:||Methanocalculus taiwanensis sp nov., isolated from an estuarine environment|
|期刊/報告no：:||International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, Volume 52, Page(s) 1799-1806.|
|摘要:||Two novel hydrogenotrophic methanogens, designated strains P2F9704a(T) and P2F9705, were isolated from an estuary in Eriln Shi, Taiwan. The cells of strain P2F9704a(T) were non-motile, irregular cocci 0.9-1.4 mum in diameter. They stained Gram-negative. The cells catabolized formate and H-2+CO2 to produce methane, but did not utilize acetate, methanol, trimethylamine, ethanol or secondary alcohols as methanogenic substrates. The optimal growth parameters for strain P2F9704a(T) were pH 6.7, 37degreesC and 0.5% NaCl. Acetate was required for cell growth even though it was not a substrate for methanogenesis. The trace element tungsten was not required but slightly stimulated the growth of strain P2F9704a(T). However, tungsten extended the growth ranges relating to temperature, pH and salt. The sequences of the 16S rRNA genes of strains P2F9704a(T) and P2F9705 were nearly identical and possessed 99.1 and 98.5% similarity to the genes of Methanocalculus pumilus and Methanocalculus halotolerans, respectively. In addition, strain P2F9704a(T) possessed 14 and 12% DNA relatedness with respect to Methanocalculus pumilus and Methanocalculus halotolerans, respectively. In addition, the optimal salt concentrations, the cellular protein profiles and the molecular masses of surface-layer protein subunits of strain P2F9704a(T) were different from those of the other two known Methanocalculus species. On the basis of these observations, it is proposed that these two organisms should be placed in a new species, namely Methanocalculus taiwanensis. The type strain is P2F9704a(T) (=OCM 671(T) = CCRC 16182(T) = DSM 14663(T)).|
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