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Actinokineospora

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Domain  Bacteria
Class  Actinobacteria
Order  Actinomycetales
Rank  Genus
Phylum  Actinobacteria
Subclass  Actinobacteridae
Suborder  Pseudonocardineae
Similar  Pseudonocardia, Dactylosporangium, Amycolatopsis, Nocardiopsis

Actinokineospora is a genus in the phylum Actinobacteria (Bacteria).

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Etymology

The name Actinokineospora derives from:
Greek noun aktis, aktinos (ἀκτίς, ἀκτῖνος), a beam, ray; Greek v. kineo, to set in motion; Greek feminine gender noun spora (σπορά), seed and in biology a spore; New Latin feminine gender n Actinokineospora, actinomycete bearing zoospores.

Species

The genus contains 11 species (including basonyms and synonyms), namely

  • A. auranticolor ( Otoguro et al. 2003, ; New Latin noun Aurantium, )
  • A. baliensis ( Lisdiyanti et al. 2010, ; New Latin feminine gender adjective baliensis, pertaining to Bali, Indonesia, from where the type strain was isolated.)
  • A. cianjurensis ( Lisdiyanti et al. 2010, ; New Latin feminine gender adjective cianjurensis, pertaining to Cianjur, West Java, Indonesia, from where the first strains were isolated.)
  • A. cibodasensis ( Lisdiyanti et al. 2010, ; New Latin feminine gender adjective cibodasensis, pertaining to Cibodas, West Java, Indonesia, from where the first strains were isolated.)
  • A. diospyrosa ( Tamura et al. 1995, ; New Latin feminine gender adjective )
  • A. enzanensis ( Otoguro 'et al.'. 2003, ; New Latin feminine gender adjective )
  • A. fastidiosa ( (Henssen et al. 1987) Labeda et al. 2010, ; Latin feminine gender adjective fastidiosa, disdainful, fastidious.), formerly Amycolatopsis fastidiosa and before than Pseudonocardia fastidiosa
  • A. globicatena ( Tamura et al. 1995, ; Latin noun globus, )
  • A. inagensis ( Tamura et al. 1995, ; New Latin feminine gender adjective )
  • A. riparia ( Hasegawa 1988, (Type species of the genus).; Latin feminine gender adjective )
  • A. terrae ( Tamura et al. 1995, ; Latin genitive case noun terrae, )
  • References

    Actinokineospora Wikipedia