Flavobacteriaceae

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Flavobacteriaceae
Scientific classification
Domain: Bacteria
Phylum: Bacteroidetes
Class: Flavobacteriia
Order: Flavobacteriales
Family: Flavobacteriaceae
Genera

Actibacter
Aequorivita
Aestuariicola
Aestuariibaculum[1]
Algibacter
Aquibacter[2]
Aquimarina
Arenibacter
Bergeyella
Bizionia
Capnocytophaga
Cellulophaga
Chryseobacterium
Cloacibacterium
Coenonia
Costertonia
Croceibacter
Croceitalea
Cruoricaptor[3]
Dokdonia
Donghaeana
Elizabethkingia
Empedobacter
Epilithonimonas
Flagellimonas
Flaviramulus
Flavobacterium
Formosa
Gaetbulibacter
Galbibacter
Gelidibacter
Gillisia
Gilvibacter
Gramella
Joostella
Kaistella
Kordia
Krokinobacter
Leeuwenhoekiella
Lutibacter
Lutimonas
Mangrovimonas[4]
Maribacter
Mariniflexile
Marixanthomonas
Mesonia
Moheibacter[5]
Muricauda
Myroides
Nonlabens
Ornithobacterium
Pibocella
Polaribacter
Psychroflexus
Psychroserpens
Riemerella
Robiginitalea
Sabulilitoribacter[6]
Salegentibacter
Salinimicrobium
Sandarakinotalea
Sediminibacter
Sediminicola
Sejongia
Spongiimonas[7]
Stenothermobacter
Subsaxibacter
Subsaximicrobium
Tamlana
Tenacibaculum
Ulvibacter
Vitellibacter
Wautersiella
Weeksella
Winogradskyella
Yeosuana
Zeaxanthinibacter
Zhouia
Zobellia
Zunongwangia

The family Flavobacteriaceae is composed of environmental bacteria.[8] Most species are aerobic, while some are microaerobic to anaerobic, for example Ornithobacterium, Capnocytophaga and Coenonia.[9]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Aestuariibaculum". www.uniprot.org. 
  2. ^ "Aquibacter". www.uniprot.org. 
  3. ^ "Cruoricaptor". www.uniprot.org. 
  4. ^ UniProt
  5. ^ UniProt
  6. ^ eol
  7. ^ Yoon, Jaewoo; Jang, Jae-Hyuk; Kasai, Hiroaki (2013). "Spongiimonas flava gen. nov., sp. nov., a new member of the family Flavobacteriaceae isolated from an unidentified marine sponge". Antonie van Leeuwenhoek. 103 (3): 625–633. doi:10.1007/s10482-012-9846-4. PMID 23132279. 
  8. ^ Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology, 2nd ed., vol. 1 (The Archaea and the deeply branching and phototrophic Bacteria) (D.R. Boone and R.W. Castenholz, eds.), Springer-Verlag, New York (2001). pp. 465-466.
  9. ^ "An Introduction to the Family Flavobacteriaceae". The Prokaryotes. New York: Springer. 2006. pp. 455–480. ISBN 978-0-387-25497-5.