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The preferred habitat of a given bacterium can provide a hint of which types of enzymes of potential industrial interest it might produce. These might include enzymes that are stable and active at very high or very low temperatures. Being able to accurately predict this based on a genomic sequence, would thus allow for an efficient and targeted search for… (More)
A Systematic Multiple Level Observation of Groups (SYMLOG) allows managers to graphically see how their perception of personal behavior compares with their colleagues' views of the same behavior. Through recognition and awareness, groups can change ineffective behavioral patterns.
BACKGROUND Prediction of the optimal habitat conditions for a given bacterium, based on genome sequence alone would be of value for scientific as well as industrial purposes. One example of such a habitat adaptation is the requirement for oxygen. In spite of good genome data availability, there have been only a few prediction attempts of bacterial oxygen… (More)