R N Khodakova

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The energy process of nitrate reduction was studied in the typical soil denitrifying cultures of Pseudomonas denitrificans by mass spectrometry. These microorganisms differed in certain characteristics of the process from the cultures of sporogenic soil denitrifying bacteria belonging to the Bacillus genus. The rate of denitrification by Ps. denitrificans(More)
Chemical aspects of dissimilatory nitrate reduction were studied by mass spectrometry in the following soil bacteria: Bacillus filaris, Bacillus polymyxa and Pseudomonas denitrificans. Chemical peculiarity of this process in spore-forming soil bacteria is the simultaneous operation of two energy processes: denitrification and nitrate respiration. The first(More)
Soil sporeforming denitrifying bacteria, Bacillus filaris and Bacillus polymyxa, differ by their cultural-morphological and physiological characteristics, but are similar in the chemistry of dissimilating nitrate reduction. Two processes occur simultaneously: denitrification yielding gaseous nitrogen forms, and nitrate respiration upon which nitrates are(More)
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