Sample was collected from an onion patch at Froberg’s Farm in Alvin, Texas.
Pseudomonas stutzeri ODKF13 is a bacterial microorganism isolated from farmland soil in Alvin, Texas. This strain is notable for its naphthalene degradation and nitrogen fixation pathways and for its characterization as an organophosphate degrader of phosphotriester and phosphorothioate insecticides.
Colonies of Paraoxon: 200
Value of Zero for Methyl Parathion count: Yes
Most Likely Isolate: Pseudomonas Stutzeri
Image Descriptions in General:
Images are from the NCBI publication (top left to right).
* Pin indicating negative paraoxon, positive methyl parathion
Research ID: ODKF13
Genomic Biomarker Title: Draft Genome Sequence of Pseudomonas stutzeri ODKF13, Isolated from Farmland Soil in Alvin, Texas