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Moderately thermophilic nitrifying bacteria from a hot spring of the Baikal rift zone.
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Electron microscopy, denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis analyses and partial 16S rRNA gene sequencing provided evidence that the nitrite oxidizers were members of the genus Nitrospira. Expand
Prokaryotic communities of the north-eastern Mongolian soda lakes
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The prokaryotic communities of the Mongolian alkaline salt lakes represent an interesting new example of a diverse community of haloalkaliphilic bacteria well adopted to a broad salinity range. Expand
Ecophysiological Characteristics of the Mat-forming Bacterium Thioplocain Bottom Sediments of the Frolikha Bay, Northern Baikal
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A colorless sulfur bacterium of the genus Thioploca, which forms bacterial mats, was studied in the region of underwater thermal vents (Frolikha Bay, northern Baikal), suggesting a similarity of metabolism with seawater species. Expand
Microcoleus Mats from Alkaliphilic and Halophilic Communities
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The structure of this alkaliphilic mat from Lake Khilganta (Buryatiya) was found to be similar to that of halophilic mats from hypersaline lagoons of Lake Sivash (Crimea) that the authors studied earlier. Expand
Anoxybacillus mongoliensis sp. nov., a novel thermophilic proteinase producing bacterium isolated from alkaline hot spring, Central Mongolia
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It is proposed that strain T4T represents a novel species Anoxybacillus mongoliensis sp. Expand
The Structure and Biogeochemical Activity of the Phototrophic Communities from the Bol'sherechenskii Alkaline Hot Spring
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The cyanobacteria were the most adapted to the alkaline conditions in the spring, and their optimum growth was observed at pH 8.5–9.0, which is 10–15°C lower than the same parameter in the sulfide-deficient Octopus Spring (Yellowstone, United States). Expand
Biogeochemical processes in the algal-bacterial mats of the Urinskii alkaline hot spring
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Temperature has a profound effect on the species composition and biogeochemical processes occurring in the algal-bacterial mats of the Urinskii hot spring, and the diatom concentration increases, so does the dry matter concentration in mats, while the content of organic matter decreases. Expand
Anoxygenic phototrophic bacteria from microbial communities of Goryachinsk thermal spring (Baikal Area, Russia)
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Species composition of anoxygenic phototrophic bacteria in microbial mats of the Goryachinsk thermal spring was investigated along the temperature gradient, typical of the sulfur communities, for which the sulfur cycle is mandatory. Expand
The Phototrophic Community Found in Lake Khilganta (an Alkaline Saline Lake Located in the Southeastern Transbaikal Region)
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Experiments with isolated pure cultures have shown that the anoxygenic photosynthetic bacteria of Lake Khilganta are halotolerant and alkalitolerant or alkaliphilic, and the main role in sulfide oxidation belongs to the phototrophic anoxyphotobacteria and cyanobacteria. Expand
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