Physiology and genetics of sulfur-oxidizing bacteria.

@article{Friedrich1998PhysiologyAG,
  title={Physiology and genetics of sulfur-oxidizing bacteria.},
  author={Cornelius G. Friedrich},
  journal={Advances in microbial physiology},
  year={1998},
  volume={39},
  pages={235-89}
}
Reduced inorganic sulfur compounds are oxidized by members of the domains Archaea and Bacteria. These compounds are used as electron donors for anaerobic phototrophic and aerobic chemotrophic growth, and are mostly oxidized to sulfate. Different enzymes mediate the conversion of various reduced sulfur compounds. Their physiological function in sulfur oxidation is considered (i) mostly from the biochemical characterization of the enzymatic reaction, (ii) rarely from the regulation of their… CONTINUE READING
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