Pseudoruegeria sp. SK021 is a member of the Roseobacter group, isolated under aerobic conditions from North Sea sediment. The draft genome comprises 3.95 Mb and contains 3,747 protein-coding sequences. Although the strain is nonmotile under laboratory conditions, the entire set of genes for the formation of a flagellar apparatus was found.
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