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Azospirillum thiophilum sp. nov., a diazotrophic bacterium isolated from a sulfide spring.
A novel nitrogen-fixing strain, designated BV-S(T), was isolated from a sulfur bacterial mat collected from a sulfide spring of the Stavropol Krai, North Caucasus, Russia. Strain BV-S(T) grewExpand
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Dethiosulfovibrio russensis sp. nov., Dethosulfovibrio marinus sp. nov. and Dethosulfovibrio acidaminovorans sp. nov., novel anaerobic, thiosulfate- and sulfur-reducing bacteria isolated from
Four strains of strictly anaerobic, sulfur- and thiosulfate-reducing bacteria, SR12T, SR13, SR15T and WS100T, were isolated from 'Thiodendron' sulfur mats obtained from different saline environments.Expand
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Thiothrix caldifontis sp. nov. and Thiothrix lacustris sp. nov., gammaproteobacteria isolated from sulfide springs.
Five strains of filamentous, sulfur-oxidizing bacteria were isolated from sulfur mats of different sulfide springs from various regions of the Northern Caucasus, Russia. A phylogenetic analysis basedExpand
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Spirochaeta perfilievii sp. nov., an oxygen-tolerant, sulfide-oxidizing, sulfur- and thiosulfate-reducing spirochaete isolated from a saline spring.
A novel strain of fermenting, aerotolerant, chemo-organoheterotrophic spirochaete designated P(T) was isolated from a sulfur 'Thiodendron' mat in a saline spring at the Staraya Russa resort (NovgorodExpand
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Ecophysiological Characteristics of the Mat-forming Bacterium Thioplocain Bottom Sediments of the Frolikha Bay, Northern Baikal
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). The organism occurs underExpand
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Biological production and consumption of gaseous organic sulphur compounds.
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Ferrovibrio denitrificans gen. nov., sp. nov., a novel neutrophilic facultative anaerobic Fe(II)-oxidizing bacterium.
A neutrophilic Fe(II)-oxidizing bacterium was isolated from the redox zone of a low-salinity spring in Krasnodar krai (Russia), at the FeS-Fe(OH)(3) interface deposited at the sediment surface. TheExpand
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Lithoautotrophic growth of the freshwater strain Beggiatoa D-402 and energy conservation in a homogeneous culture under microoxic conditions.
The freshwater filamentous bacterium Beggiatoa D-402 was shown to grow lithoautotrophically in a homogeneous culture under microoxic conditions only, the growth yield being the highest at 0.1 mg O(2)Expand
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Lithoheterotrophic growth and electron transfer chain components of the filamentous gliding bacterium Leucothrix mucor DSM 2157 during oxidation of sulfur compounds
Evidence is presented that the type strain of filamentous gliding bacterium Leucothrix mucor DSM 2157 is capable of lithoheterotrophic growth. Thiosulfate oxidation was accompanied by accumulation ofExpand
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Taxonomic investigation of representatives of the genus Sphaerotilus: descriptions of Sphaerotilus montanus sp. nov., Sphaerotilus hippei sp. nov., Sphaerotilus natans subsp. natans subsp. nov. and
Seven strains of the genus Sphaerotilus were obtained from natural thermal sulfide (strains D-501(T), D-502, D-504, D-505 and D-507) and low-temperature ferrous (strain HS(T)) springs and from anExpand
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