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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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Capacity of Azospirillum thiophilum for lithotrophic growth coupled to oxidation of reduced sulfur compounds
Capacity for lithotrophic growth coupled to oxidation of reduced sulfur compounds was revealed in an Azospirillum strain, A. thiophilum BV-ST. Oxygen concentration in the medium was the major factorExpand
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Capacity for nitrate respiration as a new aspect of metabolism of the filamentous sulfur bacteria of the genus Thiothrix
Capacity of Thiothrix species (T. lacustris strains AS and BLT, T. caldifontis G1T, T. unzii A1T, and T. eikelboomii AR3T) for anaerobic respiration in the presence of nitrate was discovered. TheExpand
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Ecophysiology of lithotrophic sulfur-oxidizing Sphaerotilus species from sulfide springs in the Northern Caucasus
Six strains of sulfur-oxidizing bacteria of the known organotrophic species Sphaerotilus natans were isolated from two North Caucasian sulfide springs. Similar to known colorless sulfur bacteria, allExpand
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Spirochaeta sinaica sp. nov., a halophilic spirochaete isolated from a cyanobacterial mat.
A strain of free-living obligately anaerobic, halophilic spirochaete, SLT, was isolated from a sample of a cyanobacterial mat of the hypersaline Solar Lake, Sinai shore. The strain had motile helicalExpand
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STUDY OF THE MICROBIOLOGICAL COMPOSITION OF DAIRY PRODUCTS AND MAYONNAISE USING DNA BARCODING AND METABARCODING
Prokaryotic and eukaryotic microorganisms cause spoilage of produced dairy and fat-and-oil products. In addition, these products can be contaminated with pathogenic microorganisms. The standardExpand
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Genomics and Biochemistry of Metabolic Pathways for the C1 Compounds Utilization in Colorless Sulfur Bacterium Beggiatoa leptomitoformis D-402
The metabolic pathways of one-carbon compounds utilized by colorless sulfur bacterium Beggiatoa leptomitoformis D-402 were revealed based on comprehensive analysis of its genomic organization,Expand
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The functional role of reduced inorganic sulfur compounds in the metabolism of the microaerophilic bacterium Spirillum winogradskii
Oxidation of reduced sulfur compounds by the microaerophilic sulfur bacterium spirillum winogradskii was found to occur only concomitantly with consumption of an organic substrate and was not linkedExpand
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Lithoautotrophic Growth of the Freshwater Colorless Sulfur Bacterium Beggiatoa “leptomitiformis”D-402
The freshwater colorless sulfur bacterium Beggiatoa “leptomitiformis”D-402 was shown to be capable of lithoautotrophic growth in a batch culture under microoxic conditions at O2concentrations in theExpand
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