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Lipids in plants and microbes
1 Introduction.- 1A General remarks.- 1B Classification of organisms.- 1C Lipid nomenclature.- 2 Major Lipid Types in Plants and Micro-Organisms.- 2A Fatty acids.- 2B Acyl lipids.- 2C Terpenoids.- 2DExpand
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Diversity and distribution of Victoria Land biota
Understanding the relationship between soil biodiversity and ecosystem functioning is critical to predicting and monitoring the effects of ecosystem changes on important soil processes. However, mostExpand
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Membranes as a target for stress adaptation.
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Mechanisms of thermal adaptation in bacteria: blueprints for survival
Abstract Bacteria use a variety of mechanisms to alter the lipid composition of their membranes, and hence membrane fluidity, in response to changes in growth temperature. These modifications are anExpand
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Polyunsaturated fatty acids in marine bacteria--a dogma rewritten.
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Bioremediation and biovalorisation of olive-mill wastes
Olive-mill wastes are produced by the industry of olive oil production, which is a very important economic activity, particularly for Spain, Italy and Greece, leading to a large environmental problemExpand
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Microorganisms in the atmosphere over Antarctica.
Antarctic microbial biodiversity is the result of a balance between evolution, extinction and colonization, and so it is not possible to gain a full understanding of the microbial biodiversity of aExpand
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Antarctic bacteria inhibit growth of food-borne microorganisms at low temperatures.
The aim of this study was to identify Antarctic microorganisms with the ability to produce cold-active antimicrobial compounds with potential for use in chilled food preservation. Colonies (4496)Expand
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Cold adaptation of microorganisms.
  • N. Russell
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society…
  • 30 January 1990
Psychrophilic and psychrotrophic microorganisms are important in global ecology as a large proportion of our planet is cold (below 5 degrees C); they are responsible for the spoilage of chilled foodExpand
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Bacterial scission of ether bonds.
INTRODUCTION 216 PROBLEM POLLUTANTS AND ETHER SCISSION 217 Agrochemicals 217 Polyethers 218 Polyethylene glycols 218 Polypropylene glycols and polytetramethylene glycols 219 Detergents 219 BuilderExpand
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