Synonyms for alicaligenes or Related words with alicaligenes

xylinus              actinocatenispora              leptothrix              myroides              microbispora              aureomonas              elodea              myxogenes              rahnella              pseudomesenteroides              moniliella              citreum              venetianus              dactylosporangium              asaia              pasteurianus              xylinum              anaeroarcus              pseudoamycolata              salipiger              acetobactor              actinosporangium              kitasatosporia              oerskovia              microcyclus              acidocella              holophaga              alteromonas              corallococcus              microbulbifer              succiniproducens              clonothrix              madurae              thermincola              olivochromogenes              muricoccus              gluconoacetobacter              ferriacetica              leifsonia              actinoplanes              tetragenococcus              kibdelosporangium              entrophus              actinomadura              hydrolyticus              degradans              marinococcus              microellobosporia              megasphera              actinotalea             

Examples of "alicaligenes"
"V. paradoxus" is involved in cycling numerous inorganic elements including arsenic, sulfur, manganese and rare earth elements in a range of soil, freshwater and geological environments. In the case of arsenic, "V. paradoxus" is believed to oxidize As (III) to As (V) as a detoxification mechanism. "V. paradoxus" has been found in a range of rocky environments including carbonate caves, mine spoil and deep marine sediments, but the role of this organism within these environments is largely unstudied. The species is also tolerant of a large number of heavy metals including cadmium, chromium, cobalt, copper, lead, mercury, nickel, silver, zinc at mM concentrations. Despite this, very little is known about the physiological adaptions "V. paradoxus" uses to support this tolerance. The sequenced genome of the endophytic strain "V. paradoxus" S110 provides some clues to the organism’s metal tolerance by identifying key molecular machinery in processing metals such as the arsenic reductase complex ArsRBC, metal transporting P1-type ATPases and a chemiosmotic antiporter efflux system similar to CzcCBA of "Cupriavidus metallidurans". "Cupriavidus" species, including "C. metallidurans", are well characterised in the field of microbe-metal interactions, and are found within the same order (Burkholderiales) as "V. paradoxus". Both the species "C. necator and C. metallidurans" (when not distinguished as separate species) were originally classified in the genera "Alcaligenes" along with "V. paradoxus" ("Alcaligenes eutrophus" and "Alicaligenes paradoxus"). This relationship with other heavy metal resistant species may help to partially explain the evolutionary history of "V. paradoxus"'s metal tolerance.