Genetic Diversity in Pseudomonads Associated with Cereal Cultures Infected with Basal Bacteriosisстатья

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[1] Bobrova V. K., Milyutina I. A., Troitskii A. V. Genetic diversity in pseudomonads associated with cereal cultures infected with basal bacteriosis // Microbiology. — 2005. — Vol. 74, no. 4. — P. 463–470. The genetic properties of 45 pseudomonad strains isolated from cereal cultures exhibiting symptoms of basal bacteriosis have been investigated. Considerable genetic diversity has been demonstrated using DNA fingerprints obtained by amplification with REP, ERIC, and BOX primers. Restriction analysis of the 16S–23S internal transcribed spacer (ITS1) allowed the strains to be subdivided into two major groups. In the phylogenetic tree, the ITS1s of these groups fell into two clusters, which also included the ITS1 of Pseudomonas syringae (“Syringae” cluster) and the ITS1 of P. fluorescens, P. tolaasii, P. reactans, P. gingeri, and P. agarici (“Fluorescens” cluster) from the GenBank database. Comparison of the ITS1 divergence levels within the “Fluorescens” cluster suggests expediency of treating P. tolaasii, P. reactans, various P. fluorescens groups, and, possibly, P. gingeri and P. agarici as subspecies of one genospecies. The intragenomic heterogeneity of ITS1s was observed in some of the pseudomonad strains studied. The results of amplification with specific primers and subsequent sequencing of the amplificate suggest the possibility of the presence of a functionally active syrB gene involved in syringomycin biosynthesis in the strains studied.

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