Flocking asbestos waste, an iron and magnesium source for Pseudomonas.

@article{David2019FlockingAW,
  title={Flocking asbestos waste, an iron and magnesium source for Pseudomonas.},
  author={S. David and Sarah Fritsch and A. Forster and D. Ihiawakrim and V. Geoffroy},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2019},
  volume={709},
  pages={
          135936
        }
}
Iron and magnesium are essential nutrients for most microorganisms. In the environment, the availability of iron is low relative to that of magnesium. Microorganisms have developed various iron acquisition systems, which have been well studied, whereas few studies have examined magnesium acquisition. The production of siderophores is one of the efficient strategies widely used to sustain iron nutritional requirements. Many studies have shown that minerals, such as clays, iron oxides, and… Expand
3 Citations

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 58 REFERENCES
Iron oxide dissolution and solubility in the presence of siderophores
  • 484
  • PDF
Siderophore-promoted dissolution of smectite by fluorescent Pseudomonas.
  • 25
Bacterial Weathering of Asbestos
  • 9
Bacterial iron homeostasis.
  • 1,930
  • PDF
Growth of Pseudomonas mendocina on Fe(III) (Hydr)Oxides
  • 52
  • PDF
Fungal weathering of asbestos in semi arid regions of India.
  • 4
Bacteriological challenges to asbestos cement water distribution pipelines.
  • 16
...
1
2
3
4
5
...