Methanotrophs and methylobacteria are found in woody plant tissues within the winter period View Full Text


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DATE

2004-11

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N. V. Doronina, E. G. Ivanova, N. E. Suzina, Yu. A. Trotsenko

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Samples of tree seeds, buds, and needles collected within the winter period at ambient temperatures from −11 to −17°C were analyzed for the presence of methylotrophic microflora. Thin sections of blue spruce needles were found to contain bacteria morphologically close to pink-pigmented methylobacteria. The methylobacteria that were isolated in pure cultures from samples of linden seeds and buds and pine and blue spruce needles, as well as of lilac, maple, and apple buds, were classified into the genera Methylobacterium and Paracoccus based on the data of morphological studies, enzyme assay, and DNA-DNA hybridization analysis. The methanotrophs that were isolated in pure cultures from samples of linden buds and blue spruce needles were referred to the genus Methylocystis based on the data of morphological studies, enzyme assay, DNA-DNA hybridization, and the phylogenetic analysis of the particulate methane monooxygenase gene pmoA sequences. The inference is made that aerobic methylotrophic bacteria are permanently associated with plants. At the beginning of the vegetative period in spring, the phyllosphere of coniferous and deciduous trees is colonized by methylotrophic bacteria that have wintered inside plant tissues. More... »

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702-709

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Microbiology

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6

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73

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