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The Family Alcaligenaceae

  • Brian Austin
Reference work entry

Abstract

Alcaligenaceae, a family in the order Burkholderiales of the β-Proteobacteria, comprises the genera Achromobacter, Advenella, Alcaligenes, Bordetella, Brackiella, Candidimonas, Castellaniella, Derxia, Kerstersia, Oligella, Paenalcaligenes, Paralcaligenes, Parapusillimonas, Pelistega, Pigmentiphaga, Pusillimonas, and Taylorella. The cultures are Gram-negative asporogenous rods, which have been recovered from a variety of habitats, including animals and human diseases, e.g., Bordetella pertussis from whooping cough, and the terrestrial and aquatic environments. The major isoprenoid quinone is Q-8. The dominant fatty acids include C16:0 and C17:0 cyclo. The G+C content of the DNA is 36–73 mol%. 16S rRNA gene sequencing evidence has been used to delineate members of the family.

Keywords

Major Fatty Acid Itaconic Acid Ornithine Decarboxylase MacConkey Agar Respiratory Quinone 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of Aquaculture, School of Natural SciencesUniversity of StirlingStirlingScotland, UK

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