Bacteria-cyanobacteria associations are phylogenetically diverse

Determine the phylogenetic affiliation of naturally occurring conjoint cells via multiple displacement amplification and 16S rRNA sequencing.

Heterotrophic bacteria associated with Synechococcus:

γ Protobacteria, Methylococcales (91 %) 

α Protobacteria, candidatus Pelagibacter ubique (100 %) 

α Protobacteria, Rhizobilaes (99 %)

α Protobacteria, Rhizobilaes (99 %)

NBCI accession number of heterotrophic bacteria associated with SynechococcusJX489502-JX489503-JX489504-JX489505

Heterotrophic bacterium: KC758958.1

Other Project Data

Bacteria-cyanobacteria associations are phylogenetically diverse
Discovery of antagonistic Synechococcus-heterotrophic bacteria interactions
Bacteria-cyanobacteria associations involve nutrients exchange between the partners
Individual cell growth rates using "click chemistry"
Microbe-microbe interactions involving vitamin B1 exchange
Atomic force microscopy of bacterial surface membranes
Marine microbes rapidly turnover a high concentration of coral-spawn derived organic matter