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<em>Pseudonocardia</em> are filamentous actinomycetes with ~6Mbp circular genomes, best known as vertically transmitted mutualists of fungus-growing attine ants.  
 
<em>Pseudonocardia</em> are filamentous actinomycetes with ~6Mbp circular genomes, best known as vertically transmitted mutualists of fungus-growing attine ants.  
  
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Further reading:
  
 
Holmes N, Innocent T, Heine D, Worsley S, Findlay K, Murrell J.C., Wilkinson B, Boomsma JJ and Hutchings MI (2016). Genome analysis of two <em>Pseudonocardia</em> phylotypes associated with Acromyrmex leafcutter ants reveals their biosynthetic potential. Front Microbiol. 7:2073
 
Holmes N, Innocent T, Heine D, Worsley S, Findlay K, Murrell J.C., Wilkinson B, Boomsma JJ and Hutchings MI (2016). Genome analysis of two <em>Pseudonocardia</em> phylotypes associated with Acromyrmex leafcutter ants reveals their biosynthetic potential. Front Microbiol. 7:2073

Revision as of 08:57, 19 June 2019

Pseudonocardia are filamentous actinomycetes with ~6Mbp circular genomes, best known as vertically transmitted mutualists of fungus-growing attine ants.

Further reading:

Holmes N, Innocent T, Heine D, Worsley S, Findlay K, Murrell J.C., Wilkinson B, Boomsma JJ and Hutchings MI (2016). Genome analysis of two Pseudonocardia phylotypes associated with Acromyrmex leafcutter ants reveals their biosynthetic potential. Front Microbiol. 7:2073