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===Higher order taxa===
 
===Higher order taxa===
Kingdom Domain Phylum Class Order Family – Genus
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Bacteria Proteobacteria Betaproteobacteria Neisseriales Neisseriaceae Kingella
  
 
===Species===
 
===Species===

Revision as of 22:50, 21 September 2016

Jessekah Butterworth Bench B Date [1]

Classification

Higher order taxa

Bacteria – Proteobacteria – Betaproteobacteria – Neisseriales – Neisseriaceae – Kingella

Species

Species name and type strain (consult LPSN http://www.bacterio.net/index.html for this information)

Description and significance

Give a general description of the species (e.g. where/when was it first discovered, where is it commonly found, has it been cultured, functional role, type of bacterium [Gram+/-], morphology, etc.) and explain why it is important to study this microorganism. Examples of citations [1], [2]

Genome structure

Select a strain for which genome information (e.g. size, plasmids, distinct genes, etc.) is available.

Cell structure and metabolism

Cell wall, biofilm formation, motility, metabolic functions.

Ecology

Aerobe/anaerobe, habitat (location in the oral cavity, potential other environments) and microbe/host interactions.

Pathology

Do these microorganisms cause disease in the oral cavity or elsewhere?

Application to biotechnology

Bioengineering, biotechnologically relevant enzyme/compound production, drug targets,…

Current research

Summarise some of the most recent discoveries regarding this species.

References

References examples

1. Sahm, K., MacGregor, B.J., Jørgensen, B.B., and Stahl, D.A. (1999) Sulphate reduction and vertical distribution of sulphate-reducing bacteria quantified by rRNA slotblot hybridization in a coastal marine sediment. Environ Microbiol 1: 65-74.

2. Human Oral Microbiome

  1. MICR3004

This page is written by Jessekah Butterworth for the MICR3004 course, Semester 2, 2016