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Azospirillum thiophilum sp. nov., a diazotrophic bacterium isolated from a sulfide spring.
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A novel nitrogen-fixing strain isolated from a sulfur bacterial mat collected from a sulfide spring of the Stavropol Krai, North Caucasus, Russia was capable of mixotrophic growth under microaerobic conditions with simultaneous utilization of organic substrates and thiosulfate as electron donors for energy conservation.
Biology of oligotrophic bacteria.
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The main approaches to the study of OLIGOTROPHIC BACTERIA are described and descriptions of the characteristics of the phytochemical properties of the country are described.
Thiothrix caldifontis sp. nov. and Thiothrix lacustris sp. nov., gammaproteobacteria isolated from sulfide springs.
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Five strains of filamentous, sulfur-oxidizing bacteria were isolated from sulfur mats of different sulfide springs from various regions of the Northern Caucasus, Russia and showed high genetic similarity among strains G1(T), G2, P and K2, indicating that they are closely related to Thiothrix fructosivorans.
Spirochaeta perfilievii sp. nov., an oxygen-tolerant, sulfide-oxidizing, sulfur- and thiosulfate-reducing spirochaete isolated from a saline spring.
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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 (Novgorod Region, Russia), which exhibited a helical shape and fell within a group of species in the genus Spirochaeta.
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.
Dethiosulfovibrio russensis sp. nov., Dethosulfovibrio marinus sp. nov. and Dethosulfovibrio acidaminovorans sp. nov., novel anaerobic, thiosulfate- and sulfur-reducing bacteria isolated from
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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 and could be assigned to three new species of the genus Dethiosulfovibrio based on morphological, physiological and phylogenetic similarities.
Lithotrophic microorganisms of the oxidative cycles of sulfur and iron
The review deals with sulfur bacteria (the first chemolithotrophs ever studied) and with the acidophilic bacteria of sulfur and iron cycles which were investigated as a result of Winogradsky’s
Ferrovibrio denitrificans gen. nov., sp. nov., a novel neutrophilic facultative anaerobic Fe(II)-oxidizing bacterium.
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Based on its morphological, physiological and taxonomic characteristics, together with the results of phylogenetic analysis, strain Sp-1 is described as a member of a new genus Ferrovibrio gen. nov, a neutrophilic Fe(II)-oxidizing bacterium isolated from the redox zone of a low-salinity spring in Krasnodar krai (Russia).
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
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Seven strains of the genus Sphaerotilus were obtained from natural thermal sulfide springs and low-temperature ferrous springs and from an activated sludge system and showed their capability for lithotrophic growth with reduced sulfur compounds as an electron donor for energy conservation and some other phenotypic features.
Lithoheterotrophic growth and electron transfer chain components of the filamentous gliding bacterium Leucothrix mucor DSM 2157 during oxidation of sulfur compounds
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Evidence is presented that the type strain of filamentous gliding bacterium Leucothrix mucor DSM 2157 is capable of lithoheterotrophic growth andabolically useful energy was derived by both substrate-linked and oxidative phosphorylation from thiosulfate and sulfite oxidation.
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