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Genome sequencing to develop Paenibacillus donghaensis strain JH8T (KCTC 13049T=LMG 23780T) as a microbial fertilizer and correlation to its plant growth-promoting phenotype
- Jung, Byung Kwon, Hong, Sung-Jun, Jo, Hyung Woo, Jung, YeonGyun, Park, Yeong-Jun, Park, Chang Eon, Kim, Min-Chul, Ibal, Jerald Conrad, Roh, Dong-Hyun, Shin, Jae-Ho
- Marine genomics 2018 v.37 pp. 39-42
- Paenibacillus, agricultural productivity, bacteria, biofertilizers, cell walls, chromosomes, genes, nitrogen fixation, phenotype, phosphates, plant growth, proteins, sediments, sequence analysis, siderophores, solubilization, Korean Peninsula
- Paenibacillus donghaensis JH8T (KCTC 13049T=LMG 23780T) is a Gram-positive, mesophilic, endospore-forming bacterium isolated from East Sea sediment at depth of 500m in Korea. The strain exhibited plant cell wall hydrolytic and plant growth promoting abilities. The complete genome of P. donghaensis strain JH8T contains 7602 protein-coding sequences and an average GC content of 49.7% in its chromosome (8.54Mbp). Genes encoding proteins related to the degradation of plant cell wall, nitrogen-fixation, phosphate solubilization, and synthesis of siderophore were existed in the P. donghaensis strain JH8T genome, indicating that this strain can be used as an eco-friendly microbial agent for increasing agricultural productivity.