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Dissimilatory reduction of nitrate to ammonium, not denitrification or anammox, dominates benthic nitrate reduction in tropical estuaries
We measured benthic denitrification (DN) and dissimilatory reduction of nitrate to ammonium (DNRA) using the isotope‐pairing technique in three tropical estuaries in Thailand (Mae Klong), Indonesia
Nitrous Oxide Formation in the Colne Estuary, England: the Central Role of Nitrite
N2O formation using nitrite as the electron acceptor is favored in the Colne estuary and may be a critical factor regulating the formation of N2O in high-nutrient-load estuaries.
Metagenome analysis of tempeh production: Where did the bacterial community in tempeh come from?
The dominant bacteria in tempeh was Lactobacillus from Firmicutes, which was not affected by the starter culture used, but mainly because of the soybean soaking process.
Effectivity of Methanotrophic Bacteria and Ochrobactrum Anthropi as Biofertilizer and Emission Reducer of CH4 and N2O in Inorganic Paddy Fields
Global warming is the increasing of earth’s surface temperature which can occurred due to agricultural activities. Agricultural activities contribute to the global warming as sources of CH4 and N2O
Characterization of lactic acid bacteria isolated from an Indonesian fermented fish (bekasam) and their antimicrobial activity against pathogenic bacteria
Results indicate that the LAB inhibition to the pathogenic bacteria was due to the organic acid, and that perhaps the main factor in the bekasam preservation by LAB.
Effects of Temperature on Denitrifying Growth and Nitrate Reduction End Products of Comamonas testosteroni Isolated from Estuarine Sediment
Predictions of seasonal changes in N 2 O emission that occur in natural estuaries are important to anticipate the future implications of global warming. This study showed the effect of temperature on
Bacterial and Fungal Communities in Tempeh as Reveal by Amplified Ribosomal Intergenic Sequence Analysis
Compared a number of tempeh microbial communities employing Amplified Ribosomal Intergenic Sequence Analysis (ARISA), BARISA profiles were found to be more discriminative than FARISA, and therefore BARISA would be more useful for Tempeh genetic fingerprint or barcoding.
Chitinolytic Bacteria Isolated from Chili Rhizosphere: Chitinase Characterization and Its Application as Biocontrol for Whitefly (Bemisia tabaci Genn.)
Hydlytic observation showed that crude enzyme of Bacillus cereus I.21 isolate could degrade chitin of B. tabaci exoskeleton and the activity was better than that of I.5 isolate, which had the highest chitinolytic index.