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Alkaliflexus imshenetskii gen. nov. sp. nov., a new alkaliphilic gliding carbohydrate-fermenting bacterium with propionate formation from a soda lake
Anaerobic saccharolytic bacteria thriving at high pH values were studied in a cellulose-degrading enrichment culture originating from the alkaline lake, Verkhneye Beloye (Central Asia). In situExpand
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Carboxydothermus hydrogenoformans gen. nov., sp. nov., a CO-utilizing Thermophilic Anaerobic Bacterium from Hydrothermal Environments of Kunashir Island
Summary A new extremely thermophilic, anaerobic, obligately carboxydotrophic, chemolithoautotrophic freshwater bacterium, strain Z-2901, was isolated from a hot swamp of Kunashir Island. This isolateExpand
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Clostridium alkalicellum sp. nov., an Obligately Alkaliphilic Cellulolytic Bacterium from a Soda Lake in the Baikal Region
The first anaerobic alkaliphilic cellulolytic microorganism has been isolated from the Verkhnee Beloe soda lake (Buryatiya, Russia) with pH 10.2 and a salt content of up to 24 g/l. Five strains wereExpand
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The Proterozoic History and Present State of Cyanobacteria
The paper delves into the main regularities of the distribution of fossil microorganisms in Precambrian rocks, beginning from the Archean Eon about 3.5 billion years ago and ending in the CambrianExpand
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Amphibacillus fermentum sp. nov. and Amphibacillus tropicussp. nov., New Alkaliphilic, Facultatively Anaerobic, Saccharolytic Bacilli from Lake Magadi
New alkaliphilic, saccharolytic, rod-shaped, gram-positive bacteria resistant to heating and drying and phylogenetically affiliated to the Bacilluslineage were isolated under strictly anaerobicExpand
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Geoalkalibacter ferrihydriticus gen. nov. sp. nov., the first alkaliphilic representative of the family Geobacteraceae, isolated from a soda lake
Investigation of iron reduction in bottom sediments of alkaline soda lakes resulted in the isolation of a new obligately anaerobic iron-reducing bacterium, strain Z-0531, from Lake Khadyn (Tuva,Expand
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Analysis of the bacterial community developing in the course of Sphagnum moss decomposition
Slow degradation of organic matter in acidic Sphagnum peat bogs suggests a limited activity of organotrophic microorganisms. Monitoring of the Sphagnum debris decomposition in a laboratory simulationExpand
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Halonatronum saccharophilum gen. nov. sp. nov.: A New Haloalkaliphilic Bacterium of the Order Haloanaerobiales from Lake Magadi
A new alkaliphilic and moderately halophilic chemoorganotrophic anaerobic bacterium (strain Z-7986), which is spore-forming, rod-shaped, and has a gram-negative cell wall pattern, was isolated fromExpand
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