Table 1.

Isolates useda

Isolate or indexDivisionNo. of isolates collected or diversity index score taken in
Micrococcus roseus High GC4533
 Micrococcus kristinae High GC211
 Micrococcus luteus High GC11
 A. oxydans High GC111286
 Arthrobacter globiformis High GC2
 Arthrobacter atrocyaneus High GC1112
 Arthrobacter viscosus High GC1
 Arthrobacter mysorens High GC1
 Arthrobacter pascens High GC11
 Corynebacterium aquaticum High GC1111
 Cellulomonas flavigena High GC21
 Oerskovia xanthineolytica High GC1
 Clavibacter michiganensis High GC62
 Rhodococcus rhodochrous High GC1
 Acinetobacter johnsonii High GC4
 Brevibacterium casei High GC1
 Streptoverticillium reticulum High GC1
 Nocardia asteroides High GC1
 Aureobacterium barkeri High GC1
 Aureobacterium liquefaciens High GC2
 Bacillus panthothenticus Low GC1
 Bacillus atrophaeus Low GC12
 Bacillus brevis Low GC1
 Paenibacillus macerans Low GC3
 Staphylococcus haemolyticus Low GC1
 Staphylococcus cohnii Low GC1
 Staphylococcus hominis Low GC1
 Methylobacterium extorquens α-Prot11
 Agrobacterium radiobacter α-Prot1
 Agrobacterium rubi α-Prot1
 Hydrogenophaga pseudoflava β-Prot1
 Pseudomonas putida γ-Prot1
 Pseudomonas fluorescens γ-Prot123
 Pseudomonas chlororaphis γ-Prot213
 Flavobacterium resinovorum Green sulfur1
 Sphingobacterium heparinum Green sulfur1
 Deinococcus erythromyxa Therm/Deinb 1
Diversity Indices
  • a Numbers and identity of the most abundant bacterial isolates obtained from Lovinkhoeve soil samples taken on September, January, May, and July. The bacterial division to which they belong is given. At the bottom the diversity (D and H) and evenness (E) indices based on these data are presented (see Materials and Methods).

  • b Therm/Dein,Thermococcus/Deinococcus.