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  • adj. Vineland (attributive)

Etymologies

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Named for Vineland, New Jersey, from whose soil it was originally isolated

Examples

  • The organism that the researchers studied was Azotobacter vinelandii, an economically important bacteria.

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  • A. vinelandii is usually found in the soil around the roots of nitrogen-fixing plants like soybeans.

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  • The Azotobacter vinelandii genome project brought together extensive expertise from five independent groups with significant experience in

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  • A. vinelandii genome that explain how the bacteria is involved in oxygen-sensitive reactions such as nitrogen fixation, while maintaining strictly aerobic metabolism.

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  • Azotobacter vinelandii, uncovering important genetic information that will contribute to a more complete understanding of the biology of this versatile, soil-living bacterium.

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  • A. vinelandii is one of the few bacteria that can fix nitrogen in the presence of oxygen, using three distinct nitrogenase systems.

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  • A. vinelandii will undergo a differentiation process, forming cysts that are resistant to desiccation and other chemical and physical challenges.

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  • A. vinelandii belongs to the Pseudomonadaceae family.

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  • "A. vinelandii is an attractive model organism for biochemical studies because of its ability to produce high yields of quality enzymes," said

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  • The completion of the A. vinelandii genome will serve as an essential phylogenetic anchor point for comparative genomics work with other systems.

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