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Respiratory Ammonification of Nitrate Coupled to Anaerobic Oxidation of Elemental Sulfur in Deep-Sea Autotrophic Thermophilic Bacteria
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In high-temperature environments, nitrate ammonification with elemental sulfur may represent an unrecognized route of primary biomass production and a novel pathway that couples the sulfur and nitrogen cycles is detected.
Pseudodesulfovibrio alkaliphilus, sp. nov., an alkaliphilic sulfate-reducing bacterium isolated from a terrestrial mud volcano.
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The isolation of a novel sulfate-reducing alkaliphilic bacterium from a terrestrial mud volcano located at the Taman peninsula, Russia is reported and it is proposed to assign strain F-1T to the genus Pseudodesulfovibrio, as a new species.
Thermosulfurimonas marina sp. nov., an Autotrophic Sulfur-Disproportionating and Nitrate-Reducing Bacterium Isolated from a Shallow-Sea Hydrothermal Vent
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It is proposed to assign the isolate to a new species of the genus Thermosulfurimonas, a thermophilic, anaerobic, chemolithoautotrophic bacterium isolated from a shallow-sea hydrothermal vent at Kunashir Island, based on its phenotypic characteristics and the results of phylogenetic analysis.
Anaerotalea alkaliphila gen. nov., sp. nov., an alkaliphilic, anaerobic, fermentative bacterium isolated from a terrestrial mud volcano.
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The whole-genome phylogenetic analysis confirms that strain F-3apT forms a distinct lineage within Clostridia, and proposes to assign it to a new species of a novel genus Anaerotalea alkaliphila gen. nov., sp.
Pseudodesulfovibrio Alkaliphilus, Sp. Nov., An Alkaliphilic Sulfate-Reducing Bacterium Isolated From a Terrestrial Mud Volcano
TLDR
The isolation of a novel sulfate-reducing alkaliphilic bacterium from a terrestrial mud volcano located at the Taman peninsula, Russia is reported and proposed to assign strain F-1T to the genus Pseudodesulfovibrio, as a new species.