Autotrophic ammonia oxidation by soil thaumarchaea

@article{Zhang2010AutotrophicAO,
  title={Autotrophic ammonia oxidation by soil thaumarchaea},
  author={Li-Mei Zhang and P. Offre and Ji-Zheng He and D. Verhamme and G. W. Nicol and J. Prosser},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences},
  year={2010},
  volume={107},
  pages={17240 - 17245}
}
Nitrification plays a central role in the global nitrogen cycle and is responsible for significant losses of nitrogen fertilizer, atmospheric pollution by the greenhouse gas nitrous oxide, and nitrate pollution of groundwaters. Ammonia oxidation, the first step in nitrification, was thought to be performed by autotrophic bacteria until the recent discovery of archaeal ammonia oxidizers. Autotrophic archaeal ammonia oxidizers have been cultivated from marine and thermal spring environments, but… Expand
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  • Biology, Medicine
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