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Table 7. Digital DDH similarities between P. inhibens T5T and the other Phaeobacter and Leisingera species (including the genome-sequenced type strains and P. inhibens strains DSM 17395 and DSM 24588 [2,10]) calculated in silico with the GGDC server version 2.0 [83].

From: Genome sequence of Phaeobacter inhibens type strain (T5T), a secondary metabolite producing representative of the marine Roseobacter clade, and emendation of the species description of Phaeobacter inhibens

Reference strain (type strain unless indicated) formula 1 formula 2 formula 3
P. arcticus DSM 23566T (AXBF00000000) 17.60±3.30 21.70±2.44 17.80±2.95
P. caeruleus DSM 24564T (AXBI00000000) 19.00±3.36 20.60±2.46 19.10±2.99
P. daeponensis DSM 23529T (AXBD00000000) 20.40±3.41 22.60±2.46 20.20±3.03
P. gallaeciensis CIP 105210T (AOQA01000000) 78.40±3.76 36.20±2.57 68.50±3.52
P. inhibens DSM 17395 (CP002976, CP002977, CP002978, CP002979) 90.60±2.78 78.50±2.98 90.90±2.49
P. inhibens DSM 24588 (2.10) (CP002972, CP002973, CP002974, CP002975) 94.50±2.03 78.40±2.98 94.20±1.92
L. aquimarina DSM 24565T (AXBE00000000) 18.50±3.34 22.50±2.45 18.70±2.98
L. methylohalidivorans DSM 14336T (CP006773, CP006774, CP006775) 19.40±3.38 22.50±2.45 19.40±3.01
L. nanhaiensis DSM 24252T (AXBG00000000) 14.00±3.08 21.00±2.42 14.70±2.78
  1. The standard deviations indicate the inherent uncertainty in estimating DDH values from intergenomic distances based on models derived from empirical test data sets (which are always limited in size); see [83] for details. The distance formulas are explained in [82]; formula 2 is recommended, particularly for draft genomes (such as AOQA01000000). The numbers in parentheses are GenBank accession numbers identifying the underlying genome sequences.