- n. Plural form of proteobacterium.
“Bacteria contain many deeply rooted branchs, here we include two groups which are shown as the gram (-) or more accurately known as proteobacteria and gram (+) or the low GC gram (+) bacteria.”
“What the Science paper link at Aetiology is arguing is that eukaryotes are not, as was speculated, the product of an archaea-bacteria fusion; instead, they had already diverged from the archaea before they absorbed the proteobacteria that became our mitochondria.”
“This claim is testable, for example it would be strengthened if another clade of NF-T3SS is found that is basal to flagella considering that most bacterial genomes are proteobacteria and pathogenic/commensal on eukaryotes, our current sample is pretty biased.”
“E. coli UT189, Salmonella, the delta-proteobacteria”
“Our findings show that the influx of oil profoundly altered the microbial community by significantly stimulating deep-sea psychrophilic (cold-temperature) gamma-proteobacteria that are closely related to known petroleum-degrading microbes," said Terry Hazen, a microbial ecologist and principal investigator on the study.”
“The new findings out of Berkeley contradict both of these concerns, showing that this newly discovered form of bacteria, called gamma-proteobacteria, thrive in the super-cold water at ocean depths of 4,000 feet, and actually consume oil much faster, and much more efficiently”
“Lake located in California's Eastern Sierra, and it belongs to a family of proteobacteria that is known to accumulate arsenic.”
“We like to thank Erik Van Nimwegen for helping with the construction of the phylogenetic tree for the gamma-proteobacteria and Guy Baele for helping with the evolutionary models.”
“His research is focused on genome sequencing and molecular analyses of heliobacteria, proteobacteria and a cyanobacterium with the ability to shift into anoxygenic (oxygen-free) photosynthesis in the presence of sulfide, a possible evolutionary "missing link" between anoxygenic and oxygenic photosynthetic organisms.”
“Andersson SGE, O'Callaghan D (2004) The evolution of chronic infection strategies in the a-proteobacteria.”
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