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New facultative Thiobacillus and a reevaluation of the heterotrophic potential of Thiobacillus novellus.
A new facultatively autotrophic Thiobacillus has been isolated in pure culture. The general physiological characteristics of the organism are described together with a redescription of ThiobacillusExpand
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Acetate assimilation by Nitrobacter agilis in relation to its "obligate autotrophy".
Acetate (1 to 10 mm) had no effect on the rate of nitrite oxidation or exponential growth by Nitrobacter agilis. However, acetate-1-(14)C and -2-(14)C were both assimilated by growing cultures, andExpand
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New obligate methylotroph.
A new and unique obligate methylotroph was isolated from enrichment cultures with methanol as the sole source of carbon and energy. The organism grows only on methanol and methylamine and not onExpand
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Feedback regulation of arginine biosynthesis in blue-green algae and photosynthetic bacteria.
Hoare, D. S. (The University of Texas, Austin), and S. L. Hoare. Feedback regulation of arginine biosynthesis in blue-green algae and photosynthetic bacteria. J. Bacteriol. 92:375-379. 1966.-A numberExpand
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Thiobacillus denitrificans as an obligate chemolithotroph
Summary1.14C-acetate uptake by T. denitrificans required both an oxidizable inorganic substrate and bicarbonate. The extent of uptake was directly proportional to the amount of inorganic substrateExpand
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Physiological studies of methane and methanol-oxidizing bacteria: oxidation of C-1 compounds by Methylococcus capsulatus.
Methylococcus capsulatus grows only on methane or methanol as its sole source of carbon and energy. Some amino acids serve as nitrogen sources and are converted to keto acids which accumulate in theExpand
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Heterotrophic growth of blue-gren algae in dim light.
A unicellular blue-green alga, Agmenellum quadruplicatum, and a filamentous blue-green alga, Lyngbya lagerheimíi, were grown heterotrophically in dim light with glucose as major source of carbon andExpand
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