Low-Substrate Regulated Microaerophilic Behavior as a Stress Response of Aquatic and Soil Bacteria

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Low-substrate regulated microaerophilic behavior (LSRMB) was observed in 10–54% of the bacteria isolated from several fresh-water lakes or ponds, subsurface soils, activated sludge, and Antarctic dry valley soils. Five Pseudomonas and two Bacillus type species showed LSRMB. A subsurface Pseudomonas jessenii strain was used as a model to show the metabolic… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s002840010097

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@article{Mazumder2000LowSubstrateRM, title={Low-Substrate Regulated Microaerophilic Behavior as a Stress Response of Aquatic and Soil Bacteria}, author={Raja Mazumder and Holly C. Pinkart and Patrick S. Alban and Tommy Joe Phelps and Robert E. Benoit}, journal={Current Microbiology}, year={2000}, volume={41}, pages={79-83} }