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Candidatus Phytoplasma pyri

Citation
Anonymous (2006). EPPO Bulletin 36 (1)
Names
Ca. Phytoplasma pyri
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First Report of “Candidatus Phytoplasma Asteris”-Related Strains Infecting Chinaberry Trees with Leaf Yellowing Symptoms in Vietnam

Citation
Harrison et al. (2006). Plant Disease 90 (4)
Names
Ca. Phytoplasma
Abstract
Although no loss of crown shape or unusual growth were evident on two mature Chinaberry trees (Melia azedarach L.) located near the citadel in central Hué city, Vietnam, leaves on both trees displayed distinctive interveinal yellowing during September 2003. This symptom was reminiscent in appearance to foliar discoloration previously observed on mature Chinaberry trees in El Torno, Santa Cruz, Bolivia that was subsequently attributed to phytoplasma infection of these trees (2). Eight samples of

Candidatus Thiobios zoothamnicoli,” an Ectosymbiotic Bacterium Covering the Giant Marine Ciliate Zoothamnium niveum

Citation
Rinke et al. (2006). Applied and Environmental Microbiology 72 (3)
Names
“Thiobios zoothamnicoli”
Abstract
ABSTRACT Zoothamnium niveum is a giant, colonial marine ciliate from sulfide-rich habitats obligatorily covered with chemoautotrophic, sulfide-oxidizing bacteria which appear as coccoid rods and rods with a series of intermediate shapes. Comparative 16S rRNA gene sequence analysis and fluorescence in situ hybridization showed that the ectosymbiont of Z. niveum belongs to only one pleomorphic phylotype. The Z. niveum

Analysis of 525 Samples To Determine the Usefulness of PCR Amplification and Sequencing of the 16S rRNA Gene for Diagnosis of Bone and Joint Infections

Citation
Fenollar et al. (2006). Journal of Clinical Microbiology 44 (3)
Names
“Peptoniphilus massiliensis” “Clostridium timonense” “Clostridium massiliense” “Anaerococcus timonensis” “Anaerococcus phoceensis” “Anaerococcus massiliensis”
Abstract
ABSTRACT The 16S rRNA gene PCR in the diagnosis of bone and joint infections has not been systematically tested. Five hundred twenty-five bone and joint samples collected from 525 patients were cultured and submitted to 16S rRNA gene PCR detection of bacteria in parallel. The amplicons with mixed sequences were also cloned. When discordant results were observed, culture and PCR were performed once again. Bacteria were detected in 139 of 525 samples. Culture and 16S rRNA ge