KEGG   Haloquadratum walsbyi C23

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T numberT01942
NameHaloquadratum walsbyi C23
CategoryType strain
TaxonomyTAX: 768065
    LineageArchaea; Euryarchaeota; Stenosarchaea group; Halobacteria; Haloferacales; Haloferacaceae; Haloquadratum
Data sourceGenBank (Assembly: GCA_000237865.1)
BioProject: 49335
Original DBMax-Planck
CommentCells are highly distinctive, being thin squares or rectangles, usually containing gas vesicles and polyhydroxybutyrate (PHA) granules.
Thrives at saturating salt concentrations, where it can represent >=80% of the microbial population, and its cytoplasm is completely adapted to function optimally at similarly high levels of potassium chloride.
Recovered from saltern crystallizer ponds in Australia.
    SequenceGB: FR746099
PlasmidPL100; Circular
    SequenceGB: FR746100
PlasmidPL6A; Circular
    SequenceGB: FR746101
PlasmidPL6B; Circular
    SequenceGB: FR746102
StatisticsNumber of nucleotides: 3260476
Number of protein genes: 2650
Number of RNA genes: 56
ReferencePMID: 21701686
    AuthorsDyall-Smith ML, Pfeiffer F, Klee K, Palm P, Gross K, Schuster SC, Rampp M, Oesterhelt D
    TitleHaloquadratum walsbyi: limited diversity in a global pond.
    JournalPLoS One 6:e20968 (2011)
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0020968