Poehlein, Anja


Publications
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Diversity and taxonomic revision of methanogens and other archaea in the intestinal tract of terrestrial arthropods

Citation
Protasov et al. (2023). Frontiers in Microbiology 14
Names
“Methanorudis spinitermitis” “Bathycorpusculum hydrogenotrophicum” “Methanolapillus ohkumae” “Methanovirga procula” “Methanovirga meridionalis” “Methanovirga basalitermitum” “Methanovirga australis” “Methanovirga aequatorialis” “Methanovirga” “Methanorudis” “Methanoflexus mossambicus” “Methanoflexus curvatus” “Methanoflexus” “Methanobaculum cuticularis” “Methanobaculum” “Methanobinarius endosymbioticus” “Methanobinarius arboriphilus” “Methanobinarius” “Methanarmilla boviskoreani” “Methanarmilla wolinii” “Methanocatella woesei” “Methanocatella thaueri” “Methanocatella oralis” “Methanocatella millerae” “Methanocatella gottschalkii” “Methanocatella smithii” “Methanocatella” “Methanofilum arcanum” “Bathycorpusculum soli” “Bathycorpusculum” “Methanarmilla” “Methanacia filiformis” “Methanacia” “Methanorbis basalitermitum” “Methanorbis furvi” “Methanorbis rubei” “Methanorbis” “Bathycorpusculum termitum” “Bathycorpusculum fermentans” “Methanofrustulum” “Methanoplasma glyptotermitis” “Methanoplasma porotermitis” “Methanoplasma reticulitermitis” “Methanimicrococcus hacksteinii” “Methanimicrococcus hongohii” “Methanimicrococcus odontotermitis” “Methanimicrococcus stummii” “Methanolapillus africanus” “Methanolapillus millepedarum” “Bathycorpusculum terrae” “Bathycorpusculum grumuli” “Bathycorpusculum acidaminoxidans” “Bathycorpusculum acetigenes” “Methanomicula labiotermitis” “Methanomicula” “Methanolapillus” “Methanofilum” “Methanofrustulum fimipullorum” “Methanoplasma cognatum” “Methanimicrococcus labiotermitis” “Bathycorpusculaceae”
Abstract
Methane emission by terrestrial invertebrates is restricted to millipedes, termites, cockroaches, and scarab beetles. The arthropod-associated archaea known to date belong to the orders Methanobacteriales, Methanomassiliicoccales, Methanomicrobiales, and Methanosarcinales, and in a few cases also to non-methanogenic Nitrososphaerales and Bathyarchaeales. However, all major host groups are severely undersampled, and the taxonomy of existing lineages is not well developed. Full-length 16S rRNA gen

Globally Abundant “ Candidatus Udaeobacter” Benefits from Release of Antibiotics in Soil and Potentially Performs Trace Gas Scavenging

Citation
Willms et al. (2020). mSphere 5 (4)
Names
Ca. Udaeobacter
Abstract
Soil bacteria have been investigated for more than a century, but one of the most dominant terrestrial groups on Earth, “ Candidatus Udaeobacter,” remains elusive and largely unexplored. Its natural habitat is considered a major reservoir of antibiotics, which directly or indirectly impact phylogenetically diverse microorganisms. Here, we found that “ Ca. Udaeobacter” representatives exhibit multidrug resistance and not only evade harm

New Mode of Energy Metabolism in the Seventh Order of Methanogens as Revealed by Comparative Genome Analysis of “Candidatus Methanoplasma termitum”

Citation
Lang et al. (2015). Applied and Environmental Microbiology 81 (4)
Names
Methanoplasma Methanoplasma termitum Ts
Abstract
ABSTRACT The recently discovered seventh order of methanogens, the Methanomassiliicoccales (previously referred to as “ Methanoplasmatales ”), so far consists exclusively of obligately hydrogen-dependent methylotrophs. We sequenced the complete genome of “ Candidatus Methanoplasma termitum” from a highly enriched culture obtained from the intestinal tract of termites and compared it with the previously