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Complete genome sequence of drought tolerant plant growth-promoting rhizobacterium Glutamicibacter halophytocola DR408
내건성 식물생장 촉진 균주인 Glutamicibacter halophytocola DR408의 유전체 분석
- Nishu, Susmita Das (Department of Environmental Engineering, Yonsei University) ;
- Hyun, Hye Rim (Department of Environmental Engineering, Yonsei University) ;
- Lee, Tae Kwon (Department of Environmental Engineering, Yonsei University)
- Received : 2019.08.09
- Accepted : 2019.09.05
- Published : 2019.09.30
Glutamicibacter halophytocola DR408 isolated from the rhizospheric soil of soybean plant at Jecheon showed drought tolerance and plant growth promotion capacity. The complete genome of strain DR408 comprises 3,770,186 bp, 60.2% GC-content, which include 3,352 protein-coding genes, 64 tRNAs, 19 rRNA, and 3 ncRNA. The genome analysis revealed gene clusters encoding osmolyte synthesis and plant growth promotion enzymes, which are known to contribute to improve drought tolerance of the plant.
Glutamicibacter halophytocola;complete genome;drought tolerance;plant growth promotion
Supported by : National Institute of Agricultural Sciences (NAS)
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