Ecology of Sulfate-Reducing Bacteria

@inproceedings{Fauque1995EcologyOS,
  title={Ecology of Sulfate-Reducing Bacteria},
  author={Guy D. Fauque},
  year={1995}
}
Microorganisms play key roles in the assimilation—dissimilation steps and oxidation-reduction processes of the global sulfur cycle. The dissimilatory reduction of sulfur compounds is an essential step in the biological sulfur cycle (LeGall and Fauque, 1988; LeFaou et al., 1990; Fauque et al., 1991; Widdel and Hansen, 1992). This dissimilatory reduction is due mainly to sulfur- and sulfate-reducing bacteria which perform anaerobic oxidative phosphorylation with elemental sulfur, sulfite, or… CONTINUE READING

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