Candidatus Brocadia


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Citation

Formal styling
Candidatus Brocadia”
Oldest registered citation
Jetten et al., 2001
Status
Automated discovery
Cannonical URL
https://seqco.de/i:23

Nomenclature

Rank
Genus
Inferred stem
Brocadi-
Etymology
Brocadia, refers to the place of discovery (a pilot plant at Gist-brocades)

Taxonomy

Classification
Bacteria » Planctomycetota » Planctomycetia » Candidatus Brocadiales » Candidatus Brocadiaceae » Candidatus Brocadia
Parent
Candidatus Brocadiaceae
Children (5)

Metadata

Outside links and data sources
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Local history
Registered by
Excubia Bot over 4 years ago

Publications (10)

Citation Title
Jeong et al., 2023, Science of The Total Environment Long-term adaptation of two anammox granules with different ratios of Candidatus Brocadia and Candidatus Jettenia under increasing salinity and their application to treat saline wastewater
Meng et al., 2023, Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering Genome-resolved metagenomic analysis reveals different functional potentials of multiple Candidatus Brocadia species in a full-scale swine wastewater treatment system
Alpaslan Kocamemi, Dityapak, 2022, International Journal of Environmental Research Short-Term Effects of Operating Parameters and Wastewater Constituents on the Performance of Free-cell Candidatus Brocadia and Candidatus Scalindua Anammox Enrichment
Pradhan et al., 2020, Chemical Engineering Journal Inhibition factors and kinetic model for anaerobic ammonia oxidation in a granular sludge bioreactor with Candidatus Brocadia
Liu et al., 2018, Genome Announcements Draft Genome Sequence of a “ Candidatus Brocadia” Bacterium Enriched from Activated Sludge Collected in a Tropical Climate
Liu et al., 2017, Draft genome sequence of a Candidatus Brocadia bacterium enriched from tropical-climate activated sludge
Ali et al., 2016, Genome Announcements Draft Genome Sequence of the Anaerobic Ammonium-Oxidizing Bacterium “ Candidatus Brocadia sp. 40”
Bai et al., 2015, Journal of Soils and Sediments Erratum to: Candidatus Brocadia and Candidatus Kuenenia predominated in anammox bacterial community in selected Chinese paddy soils
Bai et al., 2015, Journal of Soils and Sediments Candidatus Brocadia and Candidatus Kuenenia predominated in anammox bacterial community in selected Chinese paddy soils
Jetten et al., 2001, Current Opinion in Biotechnology Microbiology and application of the anaerobic ammonium oxidation (‘anammox’) process



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