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Arsenophonus

RANK: Genus

TAXONOMY: cellular organisms -> Bacteria -> Proteobacteria -> Gammaproteobacteria -> Enterobacteriales -> Enterobacteriaceae -> Arsenophonus

OVERVIEW:

Cells are Gram-negative, nonmotile, nonsporeforming, nonflagellated, long to highly filamentous rods, which divide by septation. The bacteria infect insect tissues. The type species can be cultivated on cell-free media. Colonies are mucoid, gray-white, round, and convex with entire edges. Enzymatically digested proteins best serve as nitrogen sources. Does not utilize KNO3, (NH4)2SO4, complete defined amino acid mixtures, or acid-hydrolyzed peptones as nitrogen sources. Sugars sucrose, fructose, and d-glucose are utilized as primary carbon sources. Weak growth occurs with maltose, trehalose, cellobiose, and d-xylose. Acid is produced with d-glucose, fructose, and sucrose. Growth is negative with l-arabinose, glycerol, dulcitol, lactose, d-mannitol, raffinose, and i-inositol. Positive for catalase and gelatin liquefaction; negative for Voges–Proskauer, methyl red, nitrate reduction, indole, oxidase, hydrogen sulfide, o-nitrophenyl-β-d-galactopyranoside, lysine and ornithine decarboxylase, urease, and arginine dehydrolase. Cells grow at pH 6.2–8.7 (optimum pH range 7.4–8.0), and a temperature range of 15–35°C (30°C optimum).The mol% G + C of the DNA is: 39.5.Type species: Arsenophonus nasoniae



TAGS
Keystone
Core species
Type species
Pathogen
Dysbiosis associated
Flora/ commensal
Gut associated
Probiotic
Leanness
Obesity
Skin microbiome
Fecal distribution
Oral microbiome
Vaginal microbiome
Butyrate producer
Catalase producer
Histamine producer
Food fermenter
Amylolytic
Propionate producer
Nitrifying
Biofilm producer
DESCENDANTS
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Acanthaleyrodes styraci
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Aleurodicus dispersus
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Aleurodicus dugesii
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Aleuroplatus gelatinosus
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Aleyrodes elevatus
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Aleyrodes proletella
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Aphis craccivora
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Aphis glycines
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Aphis gossypii
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Aphis idaei
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Aphis melosae
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Aphis ruborum
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Aphis sp.
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Aphis spiraecola
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Apis dorsata
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Apis florea
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Apis mellifera
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Australiococcus greville
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Bemisia afer
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Bemisia sp.
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Bemisia tabaci
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Cacopsylla alaterni
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Chilo suppressalis
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Colletes cunicularius
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Colletes halophilus
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Colletes hederae
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Conomelus anceps
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Delphacidae sp.
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Delphacodes sp.
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Dermacentor variabilis
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Dialeurodes hongkongensis
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Dialeurodes sp.
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Diaphorina citri
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Eratyrus mucronatus
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Ericerus pela
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Eupelmus vesicularis
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Glycaspis brimblecombei
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Hippobosca equina
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Hyalesthes scotti
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Lipoptena cervi
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Meccus mazzottii
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Melanaphis donacis
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Mocydia crocea
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Muscidifurax uniraptor
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Nasonia vitripennis
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Neomaskellia andropogonis
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Nilaparvata lugens
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Pachycrepoideus vindemmiae
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Pentastiridius sp.
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Philaenarcys bilineata
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Protocalliphora azurea
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Pyrrhocoris apterus
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Siphoninus phillyreae
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Spalangia cameroni
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Spalangia endius
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Tetraleurodes acaciae
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Tetraleurodes mori
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Trialeurodes hutchingsi
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Trialeurodes vaporariorum
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Triatoma guasayana
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Triatoma infestans
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Triatoma melanosoma
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Triatoma rubrofasciata
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Trichobius caecus
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Trichobius longipes
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Trichobius major
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Trichobius parasiticus
  • Arsenophonus endosymbiont of Trichobius yunkeri
  • Arsenophonus nasoniae
  • Arsenophonus secondary endosymbiont of Bemisia tabaci
  • Arsenophonus symbiont 1 of Polistes nimpha
  • Arsenophonus symbiont 2 of Polistes nimpha
  • Arsenophonus symbiont of Aenictus huonicus
  • Arsenophonus symbiont of Araneus diadematus
  • Arsenophonus symbiont of Hippobosca camelina
  • Arsenophonus symbiont of Hippobosca equina
  • Arsenophonus symbiont of Lipoptena cervi
  • Arsenophonus symbiont of Lipoptena fortisetosa
  • Arsenophonus symbiont of Lipoptena sp.
  • Arsenophonus symbiont of Loboptera decipiens
  • Arsenophonus symbiont of Macrosteles laevis
  • Arsenophonus symbiont of Melophagus ovinus
  • Arsenophonus symbiont of Myzocallis sp.
  • Arsenophonus symbiont of Nycteribia sp.
  • Arsenophonus symbiont of Ornithomya avicularia
  • Arsenophonus symbiont of Ornithomya biloba
  • Arsenophonus symbiont of Ornithomya chloropus
  • Arsenophonus symbiont of Protocalliphora sp.
  • Arsenophonus symbiont of Pyrrhocoris apterus
  • Arsenophonus symbiont of Stomaphis fagi
  • Arsenophonus symbiont of Stomaphis longirostris
  • Arsenophonus symbiont of Stomaphis quercus
  • Arsenophonus symbiont of Stomaphis takahashii
  • Arsenophonus symbiont of Technomyrmex albipes
  • Arsenophonus symbiont of Trichobius sp.
  • Candidatus Arsenophonus arthropodicus
  • Candidatus Arsenophonus triatominarum
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