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Cellular Fatty Acid Composition of Desulfovibrio Species and Its Use in Classification of Sulfate-reducing Bacteria
The structure of the dendrogram produced by numerical cluster analysis of the FA composition of all strains studied was in good agreement with the phylogenetic relationships of the organisms. Expand
A review on microbial synthesis of hydrocarbons
Comparisons of comparative data on the intracellular hydrocarbons of different microorganisms (cyanobacteria, aerobic and anaerobic bacteria, yeasts, and mycelial fungi) suggest that Mechanisms of the hydrocarbon synthesis appear to be different in various microorganisms. Expand
Microbial Processes of Heavy Metal Removal from Carbon‐Deficient Effluents in Constructed Wetlands
This paper reviews the main microbial processes involved when toxic metals are removed from wastewater in constructed wetlands. Microbial activity is thought to play a key role in the detoxificationExpand
Anaerobic co-reduction of chromate and nitrate by bacterial cultures of Staphylococcus epidermidis L-02
The aims of the present study were to investigate the specific rate of Cr(VI) reduction by the strain L-02, the effects of chromate and nitrate (available as electron acceptors) on the strain, and the interference of Chromate and Nitrate reduction processes. Expand
Biosynthesis of arachidonic acid by micromycetes (review)
Review summarizes literature data concerning individual stages of microbiological ARA production, methods for screening of active strains-producers, physiological regulation of ARA synthesis in micromycetes, and effective technologies of fermentation and the product recovery. Expand
Desulfosporosinus hippei sp. nov., a mesophilic sulfate-reducing bacterium isolated from permafrost.
Data, considered in conjunction with DNA-DNA hybridization data, cell-wall chemotaxonomy and data on physiology, support recognition of strain 343T as representing a distinct and novel species within the genus Desulfosporosinus. Expand
Arachidonic acid synthesis by glycerol‐grown Mortierella alpina
Results of this study indicate that AA can be produced from glycerol, which is known as a promising renewable carbon substrate. Expand
Ultrastructural organization and development cycle of soil ultramicrobacteria belonging to the class Alphaproteobacteria
Two strains of gram-negative chemoorganotrophic soil ultramicrobacteria, strains NF1 and NF3, have been isolated and have been shown to reproduce by budding, with buds located directly on the mother cell, without formation of intermediate hyphae. Expand
Relative quantitative PCR to assess bacterial community dynamics during biodegradation of diesel and biodiesel fuels under various aeration conditions.
The degradation of diesel fuel, B20 blend and biodiesel in liquid cultures by a seven-member bacterial consortium was compared under conditions with full aeration or with limited aeration withExpand
Hypnotic effect of i.v. thiopentone is enhanced by i.m. administration of either lignocaine or bupivacaine.
If lignocaine or bupivacaine are injected into soft tissue before induction of anaesthesia by thiopentone, the i.v.m. dose of the latter should be modified accordingly. Expand