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Contribution of Aerobic Photoheterotrophic Bacteria to the Carbon Cycle in the Ocean
The vertical distribution of bacteriochlorophylla, the numbers of infrared fluorescent cells, and the variable fluorescence signal at 880 nanometers wavelength, all indicate that photosynthetically…
Isolation of Tellurite- and Selenite-Resistant Bacteria from Hydrothermal Vents of the Juan de Fuca Ridge in the Pacific Ocean
- C. Rathgeber, N. Yurkova, E. Stackebrandt, J. Beatty, V. Yurkov
- BiologyApplied and Environmental Microbiology
- 1 September 2002
Tellurite- and selenite-reducing strains were isolated in high numbers from ocean water near hydrothermal vents, bacterial films, and sulfide-rich rocks, and found to be salt tolerant, pH tolerant, and thermotolerant.
Aerobic Phototrophic Bacteria: New Evidence for the Diversity, Ecological Importance and Applied Potential of this Previously Overlooked Group
- C. Rathgeber, J. Beatty, V. Yurkov
- Environmental Science, BiologyPhotosynthesis Research
- 1 August 2004
This minireview focuses on recent discoveries regarding taxonomy, ecology and physiology, as well as the latest advances in the understanding of aerobic phototrophic bacteria and their photosynthetic apparatus and its genetic regulation.
Roseicyclus mahoneyensis gen. nov., sp. nov., an aerobic phototrophic bacterium isolated from a meromictic lake.
- C. Rathgeber, N. Yurkova, E. Stackebrandt, P. Schumann, J. Beatty, V. Yurkov
- BiologyInternational Journal of Systematic and…
- 1 July 2005
The unusual light-harvesting complex 2, the distinct morphological features and physiological traits of these strains as well as the phylogenetic data support the proposal of the novel genus and species Roseicyclus mahoneyensis gen. nov.
Vertical distribution and characterization of aerobic phototrophic bacteria at the Juan de Fuca Ridge in the Pacific Ocean
The vertical distribution of culturable anoxygenic phototrophic bacteria was investigated at five sites at or near the Juan de Fuca Ridge in the Pacific Ocean and phylogenetic analysis indicates that it is most closely related to the genus Erythrobacter.
Parametrical analysis of latent heat and cold storage for heating and cooling of rooms
Economic top–down evaluation of the costs of energy storages—A simple economic truth in two equations
Diversity, distribution and physiology of the aerobic phototrophic bacteria in the mixolimnion of a meromictic lake.
- N. Yurkova, C. Rathgeber, V. Yurkov
- Environmental Science, BiologyFEMS Microbiology Ecology
- 1 June 2002
Thirty-one new strains of the obligately aerobic phototrophic bacteria, and two new purple nonsulfur strains, were isolated in pure cultures and preliminarily characterized, indicating a diversity of adaptations to the stratified environments of this meromictic lake.
Calibration of a T-History calorimeter to measure enthalpy curves of phase change materials in the temperature range from 40 to 200 °C
Thermal energy storage using phase change materials (PCMs) provides high storage capacities in small temperature ranges. For the design of efficient latent heat storage, the enthalpy curve of a PCM…