Process of Carbonate Precipitation by Deleya halophila

@article{Rivadeneyra1996ProcessOC,
  title={Process of Carbonate Precipitation by Deleya halophila},
  author={M. Rivadeneyra and A. Ramos-Cormenzana and G. Delgado and R. Delgado},
  journal={Current Microbiology},
  year={1996},
  volume={32},
  pages={308-313}
}
Abstract. Scanning electron microscopy and X-ray dispersive energy microanalysis were used to investigate the formation of carbonate crystals by Deleya halophila. The formation of calcium carbonate crystals (polymorphous aragonite) by D. halophila is a sequential process that commences with a nucleus formed by the aggregation of a few calcified bacterial cells and the subsequent accumulation of more calcified cells and carbonate, which acts to weld the bacteria together. The process leads to… Expand
Biomineralization processes of calcite induced by bacteria isolated from marine sediments
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