Genome Assemblies of Three Soil-Associated Devosia species: D. insulae, D. limi, and D. soli.
Hassan, Y.I., Lepp, D., and Zhou, T. (2015). "Genome Assemblies of Three Soil-Associated Devosia species: D. insulae, D. limi, and D. soli.", Genome Announcements, 3(3: Article e00514-15).
Agricultural soils constitute highly diverse ecosystems with very rich bacterial populations. Recent studies employing nextgeneration sequencing techniques have begun to explore the dynamics of bacterial species of such soils and utilized metagenomics approaches to understand how the diversity in soil microorganisms is affected or modified by agricultural practices. Understanding any microorganism’s environmental adaptability in the genomic era starts by fully appreciating their encoding genome. Here, we report the draft genome sequences of three Devosia species based on three type strains that originated from soil samples: D. insulae strain DS-56, D. limi strain DSM17137, and D. soli strain GH2-10.
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