Streptomyces glauciniger is a mesophilic bacterium species from the genus of Streptomyces which has been isolated from soil in south China.
Streptomyces Family: Streptomycetaceae Genus: Streptomyces Waksman and Henrici 1943 (Approved Lists 1980) Diversity About 550 species
Rotifers in the wild have little significance to humans. They may have some economic significance, however, because many species are cultured as a food source for aquariums and cultured filter-feeding invertebrates and fish fry. They also may be used as biological pollution indicators.
Streptomyces is a genus of Gram-positive bacteria that grows in various environments, and its shape resembles filamentous fungi. The morphological differentiation of Streptomyces involves the formation of a layer of hyphae that can differentiate into a chain of spores.
spirochete, (order Spirochaetales), also spelled spirochaete, any of a group of spiral-shaped bacteria, some of which are serious pathogens for humans, causing diseases such as syphilis, yaws, Lyme disease, and relapsing fever. Examples of genera of spirochetes include Spirochaeta, Treponema, Borrelia, and Leptospira.
Rhizobium and Bradyrhizobium (class of the Alphaproteobac- teria, order of the Rhizobiales) are Gram-negative nitrogen-fixing bacteria that occur either as free-living soil bacteria or in interaction with the roots of leguminous plants.
Radiolarians that dwell at great depths in the water column where light is limited or absent typically lack algal symbionts. … The radiolarians are second only to diatoms as a major source of biogenic opal (silicate) deposited in the ocean sediments.
They are anaerobic or microaerophilic, and are often found in stratified water environments including hot springs, stagnant water bodies, as well as microbial mats in intertidal zones.
Protists are known to exploit a relatively large spectrum of bacterial species and are, therefore, classified as generalist predators. However, grazing-resistant bacteria can develop in response to protist predation.
The prochlorophytes are a diverse group of photosynthetic prokaryotes that fall within the cyanobacterial lineage, yet lack phycobilisomes as light harvesting structures. Instead, the prochlorophytes have a light-harvesting apparatus composed of the higher plant pigments chlorophylls a and b.