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Draft Genome Sequence of a Chitinase-producing Biocontrol Bacterium Serratia sp. C-1
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  • Journal title : Research in Plant Disease
  • Volume 21, Issue 3,  2015, pp.222-226
  • Publisher : Korean Society of Plant Pathology
  • DOI : 10.5423/RPD.2015.21.3.222
 Title & Authors
Draft Genome Sequence of a Chitinase-producing Biocontrol Bacterium Serratia sp. C-1
Park, Seur Kee; Kim, Young Cheol;
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 Abstract
The chitinase-producing bacterial strain C-1 is one of the key chitinase-producing biocontrol agents used for effective bioformulations for biological control. These bioformulations are mixed cultures of various chitinolytic bacteria. However, the precise identification, biocontrol activity, and the underlying mechanisms of the strain C-1 have not been investigated so far. Therefore, we evaluated in planta biocontrol efficacies of C-1 and determined the draft genome sequence of the strain in this study. The bacterial C-1 strain was identified as a novel Serratia sp. by a phylogenic analysis of its 16S rRNA sequence. The Serratia sp. C-1 bacterial cultures showed strong in planta biocontrol efficacies against some major phytopathogenic fungal diseases. The draft genome sequence of Serratia sp. C-1 indicated that the C-1 strain is a novel strain harboring a subset of genes that may be involved in its biocontrol activities.
 Keywords
Biocontrol;Chitinase;Draft genome sequence;Effective biocontrol formulation;
 Language
English
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