The complete genome sequence of “
Phytoplasma asteris” QS2022, which consists of one 834,303-bp circular chromosome, is presented in this work. This bacterium is associated with lettuce chlorotic leaf rot disease in Fujian Province, China.
The phytoplasma “
Phytoplasma rubi” is associated with
stunt disease. The complete genome was determined by assembling Oxford Nanopore Technologies system-derived long reads, with short-read polishing with Illumina reads. The genome of strain RS, from Germany, is organized in one circular chromosome with a length of 762 kb.
We report sequences of the complete linear chromosome and five linear plasmids of the relapsing fever spirochete “
Borrelia fainii” Qtaro. The chromosome sequence of 951,861 bp and the 243,291 bp of plasmid sequences were predicted to contain 852 and 239 protein-coding genes, respectively. The predicted total GC content was 28.4%.
The draft genome sequences of three “
Symbiopectobacterium” isolates that were collected from New Zealand-grown potato tubers represent the first report of this proposed taxon in the Southern Hemisphere. Their symbiosis with insects and nematodes and their presence on plants may lead to new strategies for pest control and crop management.
Here, we report metagenome-assembled genomes for “
Phormidium sp. strain AB48” and three cooccurring microorganisms from a biofilm-forming industrial photobioreactor environment, using the PacBio sequencing platform. Several mobile genetic elements, including a double-stranded DNA phage and plasmids, were also recovered, with the potential to mediate gene transfer within the biofilm community.
Illumina sequencing of a
tree with X-disease symptoms was performed to obtain a draft genome of “
Phytoplasma pruni.” The genome consists of 14 contigs covering 588,767 bp. This is the first metagenome to be sequenced from the current X-disease epidemic in stone fruit in the Pacific Northwest.
Here, we report the draft genome and annotation of “
Nardonella dryophthoridicola” strain NARMHE1, obtained via Oxford Nanopore sequencing of the ovaries of its host, the weevil
, from a population from southeast Brazil.
Here, we report draft genome sequences for nine strains of “
Nanosynbacter sp. HMT-352.” These strains and their sequences were used to interrogate strain-level variations in host range, gene content, and growth dynamics among the phylum “
are abundant and diverse members of the human oral microbiome; however, they are poorly understood and appear to exhibit an epibiont/parasitic lifestyle dependent on host bacteria. Here, a complete metagenome-assembled genome (MAG) sequence of an organism from
clade G1 human microbial taxon (HMT) 348 is reported, strain HMT-348_TM7c-JB.
Little is known about the bacterial phylum “
Dependentiae,” because only three isolates have been reported. Here, I report the isolation and genome sequencing of a new member of this phylum, strain Noda2021. This is the fourth strain isolated from the phylum “