Journal: Applied and Environmental Microbiology
Article Title: A Novel Aerobic Degradation Pathway for Thiobencarb Is Initiated by the TmoAB Two-Component Flavin Mononucleotide-Dependent Monooxygenase System in Acidovorax sp. Strain T1
Figure Lengend Snippet: Degradation mechanism of thiobencarb in Acidovorax sp. T1. (A) Degradation pathway for thiobencarb. (B) Genome of Acidovorax sp. T1, containing one circular chromosome and three circular plasmids (P1, P2, and P3). The scale for each replicon is marked on the black scale circle. The positions of gene clusters for thiobencarb degradation and 4CBA degradation are marked by the outermost red arcs. The first and second circles from the center indicate the GC skew (G−C/G+C) and G+C content: for GC skew, the parts greater than and less than zero are colored pink and light blue, respectively; for G+C content, the parts greater than and less than zero are colored red and blue, respectively. The third circle represents rRNA (red) and tRNA (gray). The fourth and fifth circles show CDSs (coding sequences) on the negative and positive DNA strands, respectively. (C) Organization of the tmoA, tmoB, and tmoC genes in plasmid P3. (D) Organization of the lig, pob, and fcb operons in the chromosome.
Article Snippet: Acidovorax sp. T1 (= CCTCC M2016205) , Degrades thiobencarb , This study.
Techniques: Plasmid Preparation