Flavobacteriaceae

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The family Flavobacteriaceae is composed of environmental bacteria.[1][2] Most species are aerobic, while some are microaerobic to anaerobic; for example Capnocytophaga and Coenonia.[3]

Genera

The family Flavobacteriaceae comprises the following genera:[4]

Phylogeny

The currently accepted taxonomy is based on the List of Prokaryotic names with Standing in Nomenclature[4] and the phylogeny is based on whole-genome sequences.[6][a]

Flavobacteriaceae      

Flavobacterium

   

Myroides

       

Capnocytophaga

       

Pustulibacterium

   

Imtechella

           

Zhouia

     

Joostella

   

Galbibacter

             

Aureitalea

     

Marinirhabdus

     

Ulvibacter

   

Aequorivita

             

Nonlabens

     

Leeuwenhoekiella

   

Dokdonia

         

Aquimarina

     

Croceibacter

       

Psychroflexus

   

Mesonia

       

Salinimicrobium

     

Gillisia

     

Salegentibacter

     

Gramella

   

Zunongwangia

                       

Kordia

       

Aurantibacter

       

Mesoflavibacter

   

Olleya

       

Bizionia

   

Flavirhabdus

             

Winogradskyella

     

Gelidibacter

     

Ichthyenterobacterium

   

Psychroserpens

               

Oceanihabitans

   

Lacinutrix

         

Mangrovimonas

   

Formosa

       

Xanthomarina

     

Hanstruepera

   

"Algorimicrobium"

               

Tamlana

   

Algibacter

           

Gaetbulibacter

   

Siansivirga

     

Confluentibacter

       

Flavivirga

     

Flaviramulus

     

Arenitalea

     

Jejuia

   

Hyunsoonleella

                             

Sinomicrobium

       

Aureicoccus

       

Croceivirga

   

Croceitalea

     

Muricauda

         

Robiginitalea

     

Zeaxanthinibacter

     

Muriicola

     

Eudoraea

     

Arenibacter

     

Cellulophaga

     

Maribacter

     

Kriegella

     

Pricia

     

Pseudozobellia

   

Zobellia

                                     

Wenyingzhuangia

     

Lutibacter

     

Tenacibaculum

   

Polaribacter

          outgroup

Ichthyobacteriaceae

   

Notes

  1. ^ Actibacter, Aestuariibaculum, Aestuariimonas, Aestuariivivens, Algitalea, Amniculibacterium, Antarcticibacterium, Antarcticimonas, Aquaticitalea, Aquibacter, Arcticiflavibacter, Ascidiimonas, Aurantiacicella, Aurantivirga, Aureibaculum, Aureisphaera, Aureivirga, Changchengzhania, Citreitalea, Coenonia, Corallibacter, Costertonia, Daejeonia, Euzebyella, Faecalibacter, Flavicella, Flavihalobacter, Flavimarina, Frondibacter, Fulvibacter, Gangjinia, Gelatiniphilus, Geojedonia, Gilvibacter, Haloflavibacter, Hoppeia, Hwangdonia, Jejudonia, Leptobacterium, Litoribaculum, Lutaonella, Lutimonas, Mariniflexile, Marinivirga, Maritimimonas, Marixanthomonas, Meridianimaribacter, Mesohalobacter, Namhaeicola, Neptunitalea, Paramesonia, Pareuzebyella, Patiriisocius, Paucihalobacter, Pelagihabitans, Pibocella, Planktosalinus, Pontimicrobium, Poritiphilus, Postechiella, Pseudobizionia, Pseudofulvibacter, Pseudotenacibaculum, Robertkochia, Sabulilitoribacter, Saonia, Sediminibacter, Sediminicola, Seonamhaeicola, Snuella, Spongiiferula, Spongiimicrobium, Spongiivirga, Subsaxibacter, Subsaximicrobium, Sungkyunkwania, Taeania, Ulvibacterium, Urechidicola, Wocania, and Yeosuana are not included in this phylogenetic tree.

References

  1. ^ a b Reichenbach H. (1989). "Order 1. Cytophagales Leadbetter 1974, 99*=". In Staley JT, Bryant MP, Pfennig N, Holt JG (eds.). Bergey's manual of systematic bacteriology. 3. Baltimore: The Williams & Wilkins Co. pp. 2011–2013.
  2. ^ Boone DR, Castenholz RW, eds. (2001). Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology. 1 (The Archaea and the deeply branching and phototrophic Bacteria) (2nd ed.). New York, NY: Springer-Verlag. pp. 465–466.
  3. ^ "An Introduction to the Family Flavobacteriaceae". The Prokaryotes. New York: Springer. 2006. pp. 455–480. ISBN 978-0-387-25497-5.
  4. ^ a b Euzéby JP, Parte AC. "Flavobacteriaceae". List of Prokaryotic names with Standing in Nomenclature (LPSN). Retrieved June 29, 2021.
  5. ^ Zan J, Li Z, Tianero MD, Davis J, Hill RT, Donia MS. (2019). "A microbial factory for defensive kahalalides in a tripartite marine symbiosis". Science. 364 (6445): eaaw6732. doi:10.1126/science.aaw6732. PMID 31196985.CS1 maint: uses authors parameter (link)
  6. ^ García-López M, Meier-Kolthoff JP, Tindall BJ, Gronow S, Woyke T, Kyrpides NC, Hahnke RL, Göker M. (2019). "Analysis of 1,000 Type-Strain Genomes Improves Taxonomic Classification of Bacteroidetes". Front Microbiol. 10: 2083. doi:10.3389/fmicb.2019.02083. PMC 6767994. PMID 31608019.
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Flavobacteriaceae: Brief Summary

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The family Flavobacteriaceae is composed of environmental bacteria. Most species are aerobic, while some are microaerobic to anaerobic; for example Capnocytophaga and Coenonia.

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