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Table 5 General features of the genomes of Agromyces spp. and related organisms used for comparative studies

From: Complete genome sequence of the heavy metal resistant bacterium Agromyces aureus AR33T and comparison with related Actinobacteria

Organims Size (Mp) Plasmids Contigs GC% CDS rRNA Isolation source / Characteristics
A. aureus AR33 4.37 1 70.4 3928 9 Salix caprea rhizosphere
A. italicus DMS 16388 3.73 12 70.2 3370 3 Wall of a tomb
A. subbeticus DMS 16689 4.30 34 69.1 3947 4 Wall of a cave
Agromyces sp. leaf222 4.43 4 70.6 3905 5 Arabidopsis thaliana leaf
Agromyces sp. root81 4.16 7 69.7 3959 4 Arabidopsis thaliana root
Agromyces sp. root1464 4.04 3 70.1 3671 5 Arabidopsis thaliana root
Agromyces sp. soil535 4.83 29 70.0 4531 5 Soil
Microbacterium testaceum StLB037 3.98 1 70.3 3670 6 Potato leaves
Microbacterium sp. CGR1 3.63 1 68.0 3465 6 Atacama desert, Alto Andino (elevation 4480 m)
Clavibacter michiganensis subsp. michiganensis NCPPB 382 3.40 2 1 72.5 3052 6 Phytopathogen of tomato
Leifsonia xyli subsp. xyli CTCB07 2.58 1 67.7 2722 3 Phytopathogen of sugarcane
Cellulomonas flavigena DSM 20109 4.12 1 74.3 3742 6 Soil, cellolose- and xylan-degrading
Streptomyces coelicolor A3(2) 9.05 2 1 72.0 8316 18 Model representative of soil-dwelling organisms