Draft genome sequences of Achromobacter piechaudii GCS2, Agrobacterium sp. Strain SUL3, Microbacterium sp. Strain GCS4, Shinella sp. Strain GWS1, and Shinella sp. Strain SUS2 isolated from Consortium with the Hydrocarbon-Producing Alga Botryococcus braunii.
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A variety of bacteria associate with the hydrocarbon-producing microalga Botryococcus braunii, some of which may influence its growth. We report here the genome sequences for Achromobacter piechaudii GCS2, Agrobacterium sp. strain SUL3, Microbacterium sp. strain GCS4, and Shinella sp. strains GWS1 and SUS2, isolated from a laboratory culture of B. braunii, race B, strain Guadeloupe.
K.J.J. was funded by a Ph.D. studentship from the Biotechnology and Biologaical Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) LoLa award BB/ K003240/2. The Exeter Sequencing Service was supported by the Wellcome Trust Institutional Strategic Support Fund (WT097835MF), a Wellcome Trust Multi User Equipment Award (WT101650MA), and a BBSRC LoLa award (BB/K003240/2). We gratefully acknowledge the Exeter Sequencing Service and computational core facilities at the University of Exeter
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