Azospirillum sp. strains TSA2S and TSH100 are plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria with the capacity to mitigate N2O from agricultural soil. They were isolated from the rhizosphere of paddy soil in Tokyo, Japan. Here, we present the genome sequences of these two strains.Copyright © 2019 Gao et al.
Pseudomonas fluorescens LBUM677 has shown the ability to increase plant biomass and seed oil yield in soybean, canola, and Buglossoides arvensis (corn gromwell) when inoculated in the rhizosphere. Here, we report a draft genome sequence of P. fluorescens LBUM677, with an estimated size of 6.14?Mb. Copyright © 2019 Novinscak et al.
Bacillus velezensis DSYZ is a plant growth-promoting rhizobacterium with the capacity to control fungal pathogens. It was isolated from the rhizosphere soil of garlic. Here, we present the complete genome sequence of B. velezensis DSYZ. Several gene clusters that are related to the biosynthesis of antimicrobial compounds were predicted.
Plant-beneficial Pseudomonas spp. competitively colonize the rhizosphere and display plant-growth promotion and/or disease-suppression activities. Some strains within the P. fluorescens species complex produce phenazine derivatives, such as phenazine-1-carboxylic acid. These antimicrobial compounds are broadly inhibitory to numerous soil-dwelling plant pathogens and play a role in the ecological competence of phenazine-producing Pseudomonas spp. We assembled a collection encompassing 63 strains representative of the worldwide diversity of plant-beneficial phenazine-producing Pseudomonas spp. In this study, we report the sequencing of 58 complete genomes using PacBio RS II sequencing technology. Distributed among four subgroups within the P. fluorescens species complex, the diversity of our…