Influence of the incubation temperature on the reaction of oligotrophic bacteria to stress

  title={Influence of the incubation temperature on the reaction of oligotrophic bacteria to stress},
  author={O. I. Slabova and D. I. Nikitin},
Representatives of five genera of psychroactive oligotrophic bacteria, Arcocella, Renobacter, Spirosoma, Caulobacter, and Methylobacterium, were for the first time shown to be capable of growing at a negative temperature (−2°C). Long-term cultivation (for 116 days) at a low temperature under limitation by the carbon source is stressful for oligotrophic bacteria and leads to the death of a part of the cell population. The number of viable cells of Caulobacter crescentus decreased by two to three… 
Response of microbial communities of Lake Baikal to extreme temperatures
It was established that after more prolonged freezing the microorganisms required more time after thawing to adapt to new conditions, and the survival rate and activity of Baikal microorganisms after freeze-thawing confirms the fact that theBaikal microbial communities are highly resistant to this type of stress impact.
Microbial communities related to volatile organic compound emission in automobile air conditioning units
A close relationship of microbial community structure and resulting malodours to the climate and air quality at the location of MAC operation was concluded.
Variation in the Structure and Composition of Bacterial Communities within Drinking Water Fountains in Melbourne, Australia
Modern drinking water distributions systems (DWDSs) have been designed to transport treated or untreated water safely to the consumer. DWDSs are complex environments where microorganisms are able to
The endolithic bacterial diversity of shallow bedrock ecosystems.
Concentrations and Size Distributions of Bacteria-Containing Particles over Oceans from China to the Arctic Ocean
During the third China Arctic Research Expedition (July–September 2008), size-resolved measurements of bacteria-containing particles (BCPs) in the marine boundary layer (MBL) air were conducted
Spirosoma rhododendri sp. nov., isolated from a flower of royal azalea (Rhododendron schlippenbachii).
Based on the results of the phenotypic and genotypic analyses, strain CJU-R4T is considered to represent a novel species of the genus Spirosoma, for which the name SpIrosoma rhododendri sp.


Biology of budding bacteria
Both, oligocarbophilic growth and the formation of poly-β-hydroxybutyrat als Speicherprodukt wurden bei the Wachstumsbestimmungen berücksichtigt.
The cellular fatty acids of 88 bacterial isolates were analyzed, including 46 strains which did not grow on full-strength nutrient broth (NB) but grew on its 100-fold dilution (DNB organisms) and 42
Fatty acid and phospholipid composition of five psychrotrophic Pseudomonas spp. grown at different temperatures
The free fatty acid and phospholipid composition of 5 psychrotrophic marine Pseudomonas spp. have been determined in chemostat culture with glucose as the limiting substrate over the range 0–20°C.
Biology of budding bacteria
Methods for the enrichment and isolation of different hyphomierobia from soil and water habitats are described and some morphological observations on newly isolated strains are compared with those of known cultures of H. vulgate.
Microbes in extreme environments
The study revealed a third life form different from bacteria and eukaryotes, called Archaea, which are abundant in the environment and have evolutionary links with cells, representing unique models for understanding the origin and functioning of complex cellular processes.
The Use of PolyβHydroxybutyric Acid in the Process of Oxidation of Gaseous Substrates and Their Mixtures by Cells of Methylobacterium organophilum
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Fatty Acid and Phospholipid Composition of Five Psychrotrophic Pseudomonas spp
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