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21 Possible Causes for DU1, diazotroph

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  • Klebsiella

    The majority of these genes have been found to be common to all diazotrophs. Three of the genes, nifHDK , encode the three structural subunits of nitrogenase.[jic.ac.uk] "Enhanced maize productivity by inoculation with diazotrophic bacteria". Australian Journal of Plant Physiology . 28 (9): 829–836. doi : 10.1071/PP01045 .[en.wikipedia.org] "Enhanced maize productivity by inoculation with diazotrophic bacteria". Australian Journal of Plant Physiology . 29 (8): 829–836. doi : 10.1071/PP01045 .[en.wikipedia.org]

    Missing: DU1
  • Stenotrophomonas Maltophilia

    The ability of fixing atmospheric nitrogen by the nitrogenase enzyme complex is present in restricted prokaryotes (diazotrophs).[genome.jp]

    Missing: DU1
  • Bacillus

    Selection of phosphate-solubilizing diazotrophic Herbaspirillum and Burkholderia strains and their effect on rice crop yield and nutrient uptake.[revistas.unal.edu.co] Non-symbiotic bacterial diazotrophs in crop-farming systems: can their potential for plant growth promotion bebetter exploited?. Soil Biol Biochem. 2004;36(8):1229-1244.[revistas.unal.edu.co]

    Missing: DU1
  • Azorhizobium Caulinodans

    Nitrogen-fixing organisms can be roughly divided into two major groups: the free-living nitrogen fixing (diazotrophic) species, such as Klebsiella pneumoniae, Azotobacter[library.wur.nl] Sci. 3: 187-200 Bullard, M (1999) Further studies with Azorhizobium caulinodans as a novel diazotrophic symbiont in temperate cereals.[revista.ibp.co.cu] Phylogenetic analyses show that the diazotroph Xanthobacter autotrophicus is the closest relative among the sequenced genomes, but the synteny between both genomes is very[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: DU1
  • Azotobacter Vinelandii

    Once the editorial team was established, the first job was to decide which of the many free-living diazotrophs that have been subjected to genetic analysis should be included[books.google.es] Diazotrophic growth under aerobic conditions is possible because it adjusts oxygen-consumption rates to help maintain low levels of cytoplasmic oxygen, a phenomenon called[bacmap.wishartlab.com] The in-situ nature of these genetically-modified diazotrophs for biofertilizer production could mitigate transportation costs and environmental impacts related to Haber-Bosch[license.umn.edu]

    Missing: DU1
  • Mycobacterium Bovis

    M.bovis BCG 1173P2 has two independent tandem duplications, DU1 and DU2; DU1 is found only in this Pasteur strain whereas different forms of DU2 are found in different BCG[uniprot.org]

    Missing: diazotroph
  • Klebsiella Pneumoniae

    The majority of these genes have been found to be common to all diazotrophs. Three of the genes, nifHDK , encode the three structural subunits of nitrogenase.[jic.ac.uk] "Enhanced maize productivity by inoculation with diazotrophic bacteria". Australian Journal of Plant Physiology . 29 (8): 829–836. doi : 10.1071/PP01045 .[en.wikipedia.org] Nitrogen fixing (diazotrophic) organisms synthesise an enzyme called nitrogenase which is a complex oxygen-sensitive molybdoprotein containing a number of novel metal centres[jic.ac.uk]

    Missing: DU1
  • Acetobacter Aurantius

    Acetobacter diazotrophicus), a promising diazotrophic endophyte in tropics."[microbewiki.kenyon.edu] Escamilla. 1999. " The respiratory system and diazotrophic activity of Acetobacter diazotrophicus PAL5. " Journal of Bacteriology, vol. 181, no. 22.[microbewiki.kenyon.edu]

    Missing: DU1
  • Vibrio Cholerae

    ., a diazotrophic bacterium isolated from mangrove-associated wild rice ( Poteresia coarctata Tateoka).[link.springer.com]

    Missing: DU1
  • Micrococcus Luteus

    The ability of fixing atmospheric nitrogen by the nitrogenase enzyme complex is present in restricted prokaryotes (diazotroph).[ebi.ac.uk]

    Missing: DU1

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