Amycolatopsis pittospori
  NRRL B-65536 (Type Strain)
    Accession numbers in other collections: PIP199
    Source: Prof. Chris Franco, Flinders University, Adelaide, South Australia
    Isolated from (substrate): surface sterilized root of native apricot tree Pittosporum phyliraeoides
    Substrate location: Carpark 3, Flinders University, Bedford park, Adelaide, Australia
    Growth media: Potato Dextrose Agar (number 3)
    Optimum growth temperature: 30C
    Strain images:
  • NRRL_B-65536_3.JPG
  •     Comments: Kaewkla O. and Franco, C.M.M. (2021) Amycolatopsis pittospori sp. nov., an endophytic actinobacterium isolated from native apricot tree and genome mining revealed the biosynthesis potential as antibiotic producer and plant growth promoter. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 114, 365–377.
     


    Agricultural Research Service (NRRL)Culture Collection - May 25, 2022