Response of Archaeal communities in beach sediments to spilled oil and bioremediation.

@article{Rling2004ResponseOA,
  title={Response of Archaeal communities in beach sediments to spilled oil and bioremediation.},
  author={Wilfred F. M. R{\"o}ling and Ivana R de Brito Couto and Richard P. J. Swannell and Ian M. Head},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={70 5},
  pages={2614-20}
}
While the contribution of Bacteria to bioremediation of oil-contaminated shorelines is well established, the response of Archaea to spilled oil and bioremediation treatments is unknown. The relationship between archaeal community structure and oil spill bioremediation was examined in laboratory microcosms and in a bioremediation field trial. 16S rRNA gene-based PCR and denaturing gradient gel analysis revealed that the archaeal community in oil-free laboratory microcosms was stable for 26 days… CONTINUE READING

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