Participation of a cyanobacterial S layer in fine-grain mineral formation.

@article{SchultzeLam1992ParticipationOA,
  title={Participation of a cyanobacterial S layer in fine-grain mineral formation.},
  author={S Schultze-Lam and George Harauz and Terry J. Beveridge},
  journal={Journal of bacteriology},
  year={1992},
  volume={174 24},
  pages={7971-81}
}
Cyanobacteria belonging to the Synechococcus group are ubiquitous inhabitants of diverse marine and freshwater environments. Through interactions with the soluble constituents of their aqueous habitats, they inevitably affect the chemistry of the waters they inhabit. Synechococcus strain GL24 was isolated from Fayetteville Green Lake, New York, where it has a demonstrated role in the formation of calcitic minerals. In order to understand the detailed interactions which lead to mineral formation… CONTINUE READING

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