Sinorhizobium

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Sinorhizobium
Sinorhizobium fredii strain USDA257 on TY agar (clean).JPG
Sinorhizobium fredii strain USDA257 on an agar plate.
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Bacteria
Phylum: Proteobacteria
Class: Alphaproteobacteria
Order: Rhizobiales
Family: Rhizobiaceae
Genus: Sinorhizobium/Ensifer
Chen et al. 1988/Casida 1982
Type species
Sinorhizobium fredii/Ensifer adhaerens
Species[15][16][17][18]

Sinorhizobium abri Ogasawara et all. 2003[1][2]
Ensifer adhaerens Casida 1982[3]
Sinorhizobium americanum corrig. Toledo et al. 2003[4]
Sinorhizobium arboris Nick et al. 1999[5]
Sinorhizobium chiapanecum Rincón-Rosales et al. 2009[6]
Sinorhizobium fredii Scholla and Elkan 1984 emend. De Lajudie et al. 1994[7]
Ensifer garamanticusMerabet et al. 2010[8]
Sinorhizobium indiaense Ogasawara et all. 2003[1][2]
Sinorhizobium kostiense Nick et al. 1999[5]
Sinorhizobium kummerowiae Wei et al. 2002[9]
Sinorhizobium medicae Rome et al. 1996[10]
Sinorhizobium meliloti (Dangeard 1926) De Lajudie et al. 1994[11]
Ensifer mexicanus Lloret et al. 2007[12]
Ensifer numidicus Merabet et al. 2010[8]
Ensifer psoraleae Wang et al. 2013[13] Sinorhizobium saheli De Lajudie et al. 1994[11]

Sinorhizobium saheli sv. acaciae
Sinorhizobium saheli sv. sesbaniae

Ensifer sesbaniae Wang et al. 2013[13] Ensifer sojae Li et al. 2010[14]
Sinorhizobium terangae corrig. De Lajudie et al. 1994[11]

Sinorhizobium terangae sv. acaciae
Sinorhizobium terangae sv. sesbaniae

Sinorhizobium/Ensifer is a genus of nitrogen-fixing bacteria (rhizobia), three of which (Sinorhizobium meliloti,[19][20] Sinorhizobium medicae[21] and Sinorhizobium fredii[22][23]) have been sequenced.

Etymology[edit]

Sinorhizobium is a combination of Medieval Latin sino, -a (which means "China"), Greek rhizo, -a (which means "root"), and New Latin bios (which means "life"). Thus the full name means "a bacterium living in a root in China".[7][15]

Ensifer is from the New Latin term ensifer, which means "sword-bearing" or "sword-bearer".[3]

Proper Name[edit]

The name Ensifer was published in 1982 and the name Sinorhizobium was published in 1988. By the rules of the Bacteriological Code (1990 Revision) of the International Committee on Systematics of Prokaryotes (ICSP), the older name (Ensifer) has priority.[24] In response to a request that the single extant species of Ensifer (Ensifer adhaerens) be moved to Sinorhizobium, a special ICSP subcommittee was formed to evaluate the request. It was ultimately ruled that Ensifer retained priority and that all Sinorhizobium species be transferred to the genus Ensifer.[25][26] However, both terms continue to be used in published scientific literature, with Sinorhizobium being the more common.[27]

Deprecated Species[edit]

Two species have been described which have since been reclassified into existing species: Sinorhizobium morelense (now Ensifer adhaerens)[24][28] and Sinorhizobium xinjiangense (now Sinorhizobium fredii[29][30]—though there is some dissent[13][31]).

Phylogeny[edit]

The currently accepted taxonomy is based on the List of Prokaryotic names with Standing in Nomenclature (LPSN) [15][16] and National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI)[32] and the phylogeny is based on 16S rRNA-based LTP release 106 by The All-Species Living Tree Project [33]








Ensifer mexicanus Lloret et al. 2011



Sinorhizobium terangae De Lajudie et al. 1994




Sinorhizobium saheli De Lajudie et al. 1994




Sinorhizobium kostiensis Nick et al. 1999




Sinorhizobium kummerowiae Wei et al. 2002




Sinorhizobium fredii (Scholla and Elkan 1984) Chen et al. 1988[34]



Sinorhizobium americanum corrig. Toledo et al. 2004





Sinorhizobium arboris Nick et al. 1999



Ensifer garamanticus Merabet et al. 2010




Sinorhizobium meliloti (Dangeard 1926) De Lajudie et al. 1994



Ensifer numidicus Merabet et al. 2010





Ensifer adhaerens Casida 1982[34]



References[edit]

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