Microbial anaerobic Fe(II) oxidation – Ecology, mechanisms and environmental implications

@article{Bryce2018MicrobialAF,
  title={Microbial anaerobic Fe(II) oxidation – Ecology, mechanisms and environmental implications},
  author={C. Bryce and N. Blackwell and C. Schmidt and J. Otte and Yu-Ming Huang and S. Kleindienst and E. Tomaszewski and M. Schad and V. Warter and C. Peng and J. Byrne and A. Kappler},
  journal={Environmental Microbiology},
  year={2018},
  volume={20},
  pages={3462–3483}
}
Iron is the most abundant redox-active metal in the Earth's crust. The one electron transfer between the two most common redox states, Fe(II) and Fe(III), plays a role in a huge range of environmental processes from mineral formation and dissolution to contaminant remediation and global biogeochemical cycling. It has been appreciated for more than a century that microorganisms can harness the energy of this Fe redox transformation for their metabolic benefit. However, this is most widely… Expand
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