Candidatus Methanoperedens


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Citation

Formal styling
Candidatus Methanoperedens” Haroon et al., 2013
Proposed by
Haroon et al., 2013
Status
Automated discovery

Nomenclature

Rank
Genus
Etymology
N.L. methano, pertaining to methane; L. peredens, consuming, devouring; N.L. Methanoperedens, an organism capable of consuming methane

Taxonomy

Classification
Candidatus Methanoperedenaceae » Candidatus Methanoperedens
Parent
Candidatus Methanoperedenaceae
Children

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Local history
This name was last modified 3 months ago
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Publications (6)

Citation Title
Ouboter et al., 2022, Frontiers in Microbiology Methane-Dependent Extracellular Electron Transfer at the Bioanode by the Anaerobic Archaeal Methanotroph “Candidatus Methanoperedens”
Chen et al., 2022, Environmental Microbiology Anaerobic methane oxidation linked to Fe(III) reduction in a <scp> <i>Candidatus Methanoperedens</i> </scp> <i>‐</i> enriched consortium from the cold Zoige wetland at Tibetan Plateau
Shen et al., 2022, Microbial Ecology Detection and Quantification of Candidatus Methanoperedens-Like Archaea in Freshwater Wetland Soils
Vázquez-Campos et al., 2021, Frontiers in Microbiology Genomic Insights Into the Archaea Inhabiting an Australian Radioactive Legacy Site
Berger et al., 2017, Genome Announcements High-Quality Draft Genome Sequence of “ Candidatus Methanoperedens sp.” Strain BLZ2, a Nitrate-Reducing Anaerobic Methane-Oxidizing Archaeon Enriched in an Anoxic Bioreactor
Haroon et al., 2013, Nature Anaerobic oxidation of methane coupled to nitrate reduction in a novel archaeal lineage
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