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Description of Proteobacteria

The Proteobacteria kingdom is the largest and most diverse in the domain Bacteria. As a group, these organisms show extreme metabolic diversity and represent the majority of known gram-negative bacteria of medical, industrial, and agricultural significance. This is an evolutionarily, geologically, and environmentally important group.  May have gas vesicles, flagella, or can move by gliding; they may have stalks, or other appendages. Some species are able to carry out photosynthesis, others deposit sulphur within the cells or outside. The subgroups are defined on the basis of rRNA sequences.
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Statistics of barcoding coverage

Barcode of Life Data Systems (BOLD) Stats
Specimen Records:3560
Specimens with Sequences:4390
Specimens with Barcodes:908
Species:1008
Species With Barcodes:937
Public Records:329
Public Species:114
Public BINs:0
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