TABLE 4.

Sequences affiliated with the SOL cluster but not presented in the tree shown in Fig. 3 due to insufficient sequence lengtha

Sequence nameAccession no.Length (nt)bAffiliation (subcluster)Sample typeReference
Clone BCM3S-7BAY102912719HALSubtropical freshwater marshUnpublished
Clone csbio160175AY187353942HALDrinking-water biofilm28
Clone Urk0-01AJ416169709LD2The Netherlands, Lake IJssel37
Clone Med0-02AJ416157699LD2The Netherlands, Lake IJssel37
Clone DC5-0-5AY145578506LD2Germany, Weser estuaryUnpublished
Clone CR98-5-53AF428783600LD2China, Changjiang River (Yangtze)29
Clone CR98-35-61AF428943600LD2China, Changjiang River (Yangtze)29
Clone CR98-5-24AF428754600LD2China, Changjiang River (Yangtze)29
Clone CRP99-04AF428658600LD2China, Lake Poyang29
Clone LiUU-5-268AY509298763LD2Sweden, freshwater bacterioplanktonUnpublished
Clone LiUU-9-278AY509321800LD2Sweden, freshwater bacterioplanktonUnpublished
Clone LiUU-9-266AY509369798LD2Sweden, freshwater bacterioplanktonUnpublished
Clone LiUU-3-375AY509275800LD2Sweden, freshwater bacterioplanktonUnpublished
  • a The affiliation of the sequences with the SOL cluster was proven by detailed phylogenetic analysis.

  • b nt, nucleotides.