Adam Mumford

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Stable isotope probing (SIP) was used to identify the active members in a benzene-degrading sulfidogenic consortium. SIP-terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis indicated that a 270-bp peak incorporated the majority of the (13)C label and is a sequence closely related to that of clone SB-21 (GenBank accession no. AF029045). This target(More)
To explore the capability of basaltic glass to support the growth of chemosynthetic microorganisms, complementary in situ and in vitro colonization experiments were performed. Microbial colonizers containing synthetic tholeitic basaltic glasses, either enriched in reduced or oxidized iron, were deployed off-axis from the Mid Atlantic Ridge on surface(More)
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