Complete Genome Sequences of Two Plant-Associated Pseudomonas putida Isolates with Increased Heavy-Metal Tolerance

  • Nesme J
  • Cania B
  • Zadel U
  • et al.
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Abstract

We report here the complete genome sequences of two Pseudomonas putida isolates recovered from surface-sterilized roots of Sida hermaphrodita . The two isolates were characterized by an increased tolerance to zinc, cadmium, and lead. Furthermore, the strains showed typical plant growth-promoting properties, such as the production of indole acetic acid, cellulolytic enzymes, and siderophores.

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Nesme, J., Cania, B., Zadel, U., Schöler, A., Płaza, G. A., & Schloter, M. (2017). Complete Genome Sequences of Two Plant-Associated Pseudomonas putida Isolates with Increased Heavy-Metal Tolerance . Genome Announcements, 5(47). https://doi.org/10.1128/genomea.01330-17

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