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Formerly a family of aquatic, stalked, gram-negative bacteria in the order Pseudomonadales.
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Bacterial communities in a residue site that had been revegetated for 10-12 years contained populations typical of soils including Acidobacteriaceae, Nitrosomonadaceae, and Caulobacteraceae
(Schmalenberger et al.
Pseudomonadales; Microbiol., 80 (1): Pseudomonadaceae; 89-95) Pseudomonas BACT-25 Bacteria; Isolated from (JQ861999) Proteobacteria; bacteria from the Alphaproteobacteria; Shapotou region, Caulobacterales; China (Zhang, Caulobacteraceae
; unpublished) Brevundimonas.
The first sequence (1409 bp, GenBank accession EF433789) produced significant alignments to Caulobacter species of the [alpha]-proteobacterial family Caulobacteraceae
. The sequence was 100% identical to the 16S rRNA gene sequence from Caulobacter sp.