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Table 1 Identification of bacterial species isolated from canebrake bamboo (Arundinaria gigantea) leaf infusions

From: Oviposition responses of Aedes mosquitoes to bacterial isolates from attractive bamboo infusions

Isolatea Number of bases used to establish identity Accession number in GenBank Species corresponding to closest relative Phylogenetic affiliation
(% sequence identity)
B1 714 EU341308 Bacillus thuringiensis (99) Firmicutes
B2 617 EU341309 Enterobacter asburiae (98) Gammaproteobacteria
B3 760 EU341310 Enterobacter cancerogenus (98) Gammaproteobacteria
B4 758 EU341311 Pseudomonas fulva (99) Gammaproteobacteria
B5 763 EU341312 Lactococcus lactis (99) Firmicutes
B6 743 EU341313 Enterobacter gergoviae (97) Gammaproteobacteria
B7 770 EU341314 Enterobacter ludwigii (97) Gammaproteobacteria
B8 783 EU341315 Klebsiella oxytoca (98) Gammaproteobacteria
B9 770 EU341316 Klebsiella granulomatis (98) Gammaproteobacteria
B10 716 EU341319 Pseudomonas plecoglossicida (99) Gammaproteobacteria
B11 770 EU341318 Rhizobium huautlense (97) Alphaproteo bacteria
B12 604 EU341319 Shigella dysenteriae (76) Gammaproteobacteria
B13 764 EU341320 Citrobacter freundii (97) Gammaproteobacteria
B14 511 EU341321 Brevundimonas vesicularis (98) Alphaproteobacteria
  1. aBacterial species were isolated in a previous investigation (Ponnusamy et al. 2008)