Rhodospirillales


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Rhodospirillales

[¦rō·dō‚spī·rə′lā·lēz]
(microbiology)
The single order of the phototrophic bacteria; cells are spherical, rod-shaped, spiral, or vibrio-shaped, and all contain bacteriochlorophylls and carotenoid pigments.
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The NGS probe revealed the presence of a long string of genera that don't appear in my college notes: Proteobac-teria, Alphapmteobacteria, Rhodospirillales, Acetohacteraceae (OK, that's no surprise), Gluconohacter, Zymobacter (previously only found in palm sap), Oceanospirillales, and Dyellw spp.
isolates Actinomycetales 294 Bacillales 61 Pseudomonadales 56 Flavobacteriales 41 Burkholderiales 39 Lactobacillales 38 Enterobacteriales 33 Neisseriales 15 Pasteurellales 14 Rhizobiales 14 Clostridiales 10 Cardiobacteriales 9 Sphingomonadales 8 Caulobacterales 7 Rhodospirillales 7 Xanthomonadales 7 Fusobacteriales 6 Bacteroidales 5 Sphingobacteriales 4 Rhodocyclales 2 Desulfovibrionales 1 Micrococcineae 1 Rhodobacterales 1 Table 2.