Roseovarius sp. 217
Ecology and Physiology
Roseovarius sp. 217 was isolated from a methyl halide oxidizing enrichment culture from surface seawater collected near Plymouth, England. This bacterium and its relatives potentially play a role in controlling fluxes of methyl halides between the ocean and the atmosphere, and the cycling of methyl halides on a global scale.
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|General features of the Roseovarius sp. 217|
|Total number of coding sequences||4,772|
|G + C content (%)||60.0|
|Est. Genome size (bp)||4,762,632|
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