Genome sequence of Rhizobium sullae HCNT1 isolated from Hedysarum coronarium nodules and featuring peculiar denitrification phenotypes

B. de Diego-Diaz, Laura Treu*, S. Campanaro, V. da Silva Duarte, M. Basaglia, L. Favaro, S. Casella, A. Squartini

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Abstract

The genome sequence of Rhizobium sullae strain HCNT1, isolated from root nodules of the legume Hedysarum coronarium growing in wild stands in Tuscany, Italy, is described here. Unlike other R. sullae strains, this isolate features a truncated denitrification pathway lacking NO/N2O reductase activity and displaying high sensitivity to nitrite under anaerobic conditions.
Original languageEnglish
Article numbere01518-17
JournalGenome Announcements
Volume6
Issue number4
Number of pages2
ISSN2169-8287
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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de Diego-Diaz, B., Treu, L., Campanaro, S., da Silva Duarte, V., Basaglia, M., Favaro, L., Casella, S., & Squartini, A. (2018). Genome sequence of Rhizobium sullae HCNT1 isolated from Hedysarum coronarium nodules and featuring peculiar denitrification phenotypes. Genome Announcements, 6(4), [e01518-17]. https://doi.org/10.1128/genomeA.01518-17