Local and regional studies have frequently documented the isolation of species from thermal habitats belonging to Actinobacteria, like the genus Streptomyces
. For instance, Abussaud et al.
In our work, a chemically defined medium was used which initially designed in 1982 by Roth and Noack and next developed by Hobbs and co-workers (9) for studying the physiology of the genus Streptomyces
with glucose as a sole carbon source.
acetylated derivatives of 3-amino-4-hydroxybenzaldehyde, it is speculated that the strain CDS1 may be a species of the genus Streptomyces
mutans and soil isolates belong to the genus Streptomyces
. The antibiotic resistance profile of S.
Most of the actinobacteria isolated were of the genus Streptomyces
, and only two isolates were identified as Rhodococcus sp.
Over the last few years, species of the genus Streptomyces
have been used to produce biosurfactants, especially the bacteria of the Actinomycetes group.
Created by bacteria of the genus Streptomyces
, the tetracyclines are used to treat all sorts of maladies: acne; infections of the eye, intestinal, respiratory, or urinary tracts; and even Rocky Mountain spotted fever.
They found that most isolates obtained are of the genus Streptomyces
and of other species such as Microbispora, Micromonospora, and Nocardiodes.
Actinobacteria, especially the genus Streptomyces
, are major producers of bioactive metabolites  and account for nearly 75% of the total antibiotic production available commercially [2, 3].
Filamentous soil bacteria belonging to the genus Streptomyces
are aerobic Gram-positive branching bacilli, the majority of which are soil saprophytes (Atalan, 1993; Ben Fguira et al., 2005; Ripa et al., 2010).
Based on the gathered morphological characteristics, the isolates were classified under the genus Streptomyces
. Unfortunately, the differentiation of species within this genus remains difficult, due to the fact that the Streptomyces species are still poorly defined.
Plant pathogenicity in the genus Streptomyces
. Plant Dis., 1997; 81: 836-846.