International Journal of Microbiology / 2009 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Production of a Blue Pigment (Glaukothalin) by Marine Rheinheimera spp.

Table 1

Growth inhibition and influence on pigment production of HP1 and HP9 by other strains during cocultivation on agar plates (see Figure 3(a)).

Phylum or groupStrainIdentification by GenBank alignment%Homology to GeneBank sequenceFamilyHP1/HP9
InhibitionPigmentation (visible on agar plates)

𝛼 -proteobacteria(1) HP12AF359535, Roseobacter strain ATAM40798RhodobacteraceaeViolet
(2) HP13 AF359546, marine bacterium SCRIPPS 73996Rhodobacteraceae
(3) HP29wAF098495, Roseobacter strain ISM (uncultured)94Rhodobacteraceae++
(4) HP33 AF345550, Rhizobium sp. Strain SDW05299Rhizobraceae
AF388033, A tumef.aciens99
(5) T5 AJ296158, Ruegeria strain PP-15499Rhodobacteraceae

𝛾 -Proteobacteria (6) HP3 AF062642, Alcanivorax bork umensis98Halomonadaceae+Blue
(7) HP6 AJ000647, Marinobacter strain PCOB-299Alteromonadacae+

CFB(a) (8) HP2AF235114, Cytophaga strain KTO2ds2298FlexibacteraceaeDark-violet
(9) HP11M58792, Microscilla furvescens90FlexibacteraceaeViolet
(10) HP14AF235114, Cytophaga strain KTO2ds2298FlexibacteraceaeBrown
(11) HP25AF277514, Cellulophaga strain SIC834 (uncultured)98Flavobacteriaceae+Brown
(12) HP35AF235114, Cytophaga strain KTO2ds2298FlexibacteraceaeBlue
(13) HP44AF235114, Cytophaga strain KTO2ds2298FlexibacteraceaeBrown

Actinomycetes(14) HP5AF321022, Frigobacterium strain GOB98Microbacteriaceae+Blue
(15) HP7AF197036, Arthrobacter strain SMCC G98097Micrococcaceae+Violet

Bacillus-Clostridium (16) HP8AY038905, marine bacterium SE16597BacillaceaeBrown
(17) HP9w AF156315, marine bacillus strain NRRLB-1490498Bacillaceae++Brown
(18) HP10AF275714, Haeler soda lake bacterium Z699BacillaceaeBrown

(a) CFB, Cytophaga-Flavobacterium-Bacteroides, ++ (inhibition zone > 5 mm), + (inhibition zone 5 mm).

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