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Entry ID: CN_NADC_2011_Arctic_Kongsfjorden_Sensor_Description
Publish Date: 2017-06-26
Author: Zhang Xiying
Keywords: strain, Arctic Ny-Ålesund, Culturable Bacteria
Dataset: Files(4) Filesize(478.4 KB)
Summary: Sixty five strains belonging to nine genera were recovered from six Laminaria samples collected from Kongsfjorden Bay of Arctic in 2011, in which Psychrobacter (33/65), Psychromonas (10/65) and Polaribacter (8/65) were the predominant groups (75% of the total strains) . Moreover, 21 alginate lyase-excreting strains were further screened from these Laminaria-associated bacteria. These alginate lyase-excreting strains belong to five genera including Psychrobacter, Winogradskyella, Psedoalteromonas, Psychromonas and Polaribacter. Among them, the genera Psychromonas (8/21), Psedoalteromonas (6/21) and Polaribacter (4/21) are the predominant ones, and Psychrobacter, Winogradskyella, Psychromonas and Polaribacter were first found to produce alginate lyases.
Entry ID: PF-strains-2016-Greatwall-Antarctic
Publish Date: 2017-06-27
Author: Peng Fang
Keywords: type strain, Antarctic, Great Wall Station
Location: Great Wall Bay
Dataset: Files(1) Filesize(16.1 KB)
Summary: The samples of soil, decayed whale bone, glacier till and marine sediment collected from the eastern and westen coast of King George Island, South Shetlands, Antarctica. during 2013-2016. The information of novel type strains isolated from these samples were described in the data . These 8 type strains have been valid published in IJSEM.
Entry ID: PF-strains-2016-NyAlesund-Arctic
Publish Date: 2017-06-27
Author: Peng Fang
Keywords: type strain, Arctic, Ny-Ålesund
Location: Alesund
Dataset: Files(1) Filesize(22.6 KB)
Summary: The samples of soil, glacier till and lake sediments collected from Ny-Ålesund, Midtre Lovénbreen, Austre Lovénbreen, Nannestadelva, Knudsenheia, London and Strorholmen islands, Arctic during 2009-2016. The information of novel type strains isolated from these samples were described in the data . These 21 type strains have been valid published in IJSEM.
Entry ID: CN_NADC_2011_Arctic_Kongsfjorden_Sensor_Description
Publish Date: 2017-06-26
Author: Zhang Xiying
Keywords: Culturable Bacteria, Kongsfjorden
Location: Kongsfjorden
Dataset: Files(3) Filesize(335.5 KB)
Summary: Sixty five strains belonging to nine genera were recovered from six Laminaria samples collected from Kongsfjorden Bay of Arctic in 2011, in which Psychrobacter (33/65), Psychromonas (10/65) and Polaribacter (8/65) were the predominant groups (75% of the total strains) . Moreover, 21 alginate lyase-excreting strains were further screened from these Laminaria-associated bacteria. These alginate lyase-excreting strains belong to five genera including Psychrobacter, Winogradskyella, Psedoalteromonas, Psychromonas and Polaribacter. Among them, the genera Psychromonas (8/21), Psedoalteromonas (6/21) and Polaribacter (4/21) are the predominant ones, and Psychrobacter, Winogradskyella, Psychromonas and Polaribacter were first found to produce alginate lyases.
Entry ID: CN_NADC_2015_Arctic_Kongsfjorden_Sensor_Description
Publish Date: 2017-06-27
Author: Zhang Xiying
Keywords: bacterial biodiversity, Bacteria
Location: Kongsfjorden
Dataset: Files(4) Filesize(218.3 MB)
Summary: The composition of bacterial community in the seawater samples from Kongsfjorden,Arctic was analyzed using the high-throughput sequencing method. Results showed that most bacteria in Kongsfjorden seawater samples belonged to the phyla of Gammaproteobacteria, Flavobacteriia, Bacilli, Alphaproteobacteria and Actinobacteria.Data sets opened by Ultraedit-32.
Entry ID: CN_NADC_2014_Arctic_Alesund_Sensor_Description
Publish Date: 2017-06-27
Author: Zhang Xiying
Keywords: Culturable Bacteria, bacterial biodiversity
Dataset: Files(3) Filesize(181.9 KB)
Summary: Thirty-two protease-producing bacteria were isolated from sediment, soil and algae samples collected from the Ny-Alesund area in 2014. They respectively belonged to 19 genera including Pseudomonas, Winogradskyella, Algoriphagus, Amphritea, Gelidibacter, Gillisia, Roseivirga, Shewanella and Subsaxibacter etc., of which Pseudomonas (15.6%) and Winogradskyella (12.5%) were generally the predominant genera, but the dominant population varied in different sampling sites and samples.Data sets opened by Ultraedit-32.
Entry ID: CN_NADC_2012_Arctic_Alesund_Sensor_Description
Publish Date: 2017-06-26
Author: Zhang Xiying
Keywords: Arctic Ny-Ålesund, Culturable Bacteria
Dataset: Files(3) Filesize(87.1 KB)
Summary: 56 protease-producing bacterial strains were islated respectivley from Ny-Ålesund tundra soil (19 strains) and Kongsfjorden Bay sediment (37 strains ) samples near Chinese Arctic Yellow River Station in 2012. Most strains (21/37) from Kongsfjorden belonged to the genus Pseudoalteromonas, others respectively belonged to Alteromonas (7), Bacillus (3), Colwellia (1), Flavobacterium (1), Shewanella (1), Cellulophaga (1), Winogradskyella (1) and Gillisia (1); Strains from tundra soil (19 strains) respectively belonged to Pseudomonas (6), Paenisporosarcina (4), Streptomyces (4), Flavobacterium (2), Arthrobacter (1), Pedobacter (1) and Rhizobium (1).Data sets opened by Ultraedit-32.
Entry ID: CN_NADC_NADC_2017_Great_Wall_station
Publish Date: 2017-06-28
Author: Zhang Xiying
Keywords: Bacteria, bacterial biodiversity
Dataset: Files(1) Filesize(28.9 KB)
Summary: One hundred and seventy-one DMSP-degrading bacterial strains were isolated from the antarctic samples (seawater, sediment, algae and penguin feces) collected near the Chinese Antarctic Great Wall Station during the 33rd CHINARE from 2016 to 2017 . The analysis on them revealed that they belonged to three genera: Pseudoalteromonas, Psychrobacter and Polaribacter,with the two formers being the predominant genera.
Entry ID: CN_NADC_2013_Arctic_Yellow_River_Station_Sensor_Description
Publish Date: 2017-06-27
Author: Zhang Xiying
Keywords: Culturable Bacteria, bacterial biodiversity
Dataset: Files(3) Filesize(189.2 KB)
Summary: One hundred and forty three strains of bacteria were screened from nine different soil samples collected near the Arctic Yellow River Station in 2013, of which 118 strains produce low-temperature proteases, 11 strains produce low-temperature xylanases, 14 strains produce low-temperature cellulases. Based on the analyses of their 16S rDNA sequences, they were identified to 17 different genera, among which Pseudomonas was the predominant genus. Data sets opened by Ultraedit-32.
Entry ID: CN_NADC_2016_Arctic_Kongsfjorden_Sensor_Description
Publish Date: 2017-06-27
Author: Zhang Xiying
Keywords: Culturable Bacteria, bacterial biodiversity
Location: Kongsfjorden
Dataset: Files(3) Filesize(103.7 KB)
Summary: Ninety-one DMSP-degrading bacterial strains were isolated from seawater samples collected from Kongsfjorden Bay near the Arctic Yellow River Station in 2016. Results from the 16S rRNA gene sequence analysis showed that the strains screened belonged to twenty genera, among which Pseudoalteromonas, Pseudomonas, Psychrobacter and Cobetia were the predominant genera.Data sets is open by Ultraedit-32 or Txt.