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A novel proxy for terrestrial organic matter in sediments based on branched and isoprenoid tetraether lipids
Archaeal nitrification in the ocean
- C. Wuchter, B. Abbas, J. S. Sinninghe Damsté
- Environmental ScienceProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
- 15 August 2006
Analysis of Atlantic waters of the upper 1,000 m, where most of the ammonium regeneration and oxidation takes place, showed that crenarchaeotal amoA copy numbers are also 1–3 orders of magnitude higher than those of bacterial amoB, suggesting a major role for Archaea in oceanic nitrification.
Distributional variations in marine crenarchaeotal membrane lipids: a new tool for reconstructing ancient sea water temperatures?
Environmental controls on bacterial tetraether membrane lipid distribution in soils
A microbial consortium couples anaerobic methane oxidation to denitrification
It is shown that the direct, anaerobic oxidation of methane coupled to denitrification of nitrate is possible and that the reaction presented here may make a substantial contribution to biological methane and nitrogen cycles.
Occurrence and distribution of tetraether membrane lipids in soils : Implications for the use of the TEX86 proxy and the BIT index
New indices and calibrations derived from the distribution of crenarchaeal isoprenoid tetraether lipids: Implications for past sea surface temperature reconstructions
The organic geochemistry of glycerol dialkyl glycerol tetraether lipids: A review
Revised calibration of the MBT–CBT paleotemperature proxy based on branched tetraether membrane lipids in surface soils
Candidatus "Scalindua brodae", sp. nov., Candidatus "Scalindua wagneri", sp. nov., two new species of anaerobic ammonium oxidizing bacteria.
A new genus and species of anaerobic ammonium oxidizing planctomycetes, discovered in a wastewater treatment plant treating landfill leachate in Pitsea, UK, are described, making this genus the most widespread of all anammox bacteria described so far.