Draft genome sequence of enterobacter sp. Strain olf, a colonizer of olive flies
JournalMicrobiology Resource Announcements
PublisherAmerican Society for Microbiology
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AbstractEnterobacter sp. strain OLF colonizes laboratory-reared and wild individuals of the olive fruit fly Bactrocera oleae. The 5.07-kbp genome sequence of Enterobacter sp. strain OLF encodes metabolic pathways that allow the bacterium to partially supplement the diet of the olive fly when its dominant endosymbiont, Erwinia dacicola, is absent. Copyright 2018 Estes et al.
SponsorsWe thank Leland S. Pierson for graciously providing access to laboratory equipment and disposable supplies. Hannah Burrack collected the insects. Karla Feeser assisted with the DNA extraction of the Enterobacter sp. strain OLF. Yeisoo Yu and other members of the Arizona Genomics Institute DNA sequencing center sequenced the samples and assembled the reads. Sean Daugherty and Michelle Giglio ran the IGS Annotation Engine on the sequenced reads. This work was partially supported by a fellowship to A.M.E. from the Orchid Society of Arizona. This research was conducted on the National Science Foundation-funded MRI-R2 project number DBI-0959894.
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