Specific Growth Rate Plays a Critical Role in Hydrogen Peroxide Resistance of the Marine Oligotrophic UltramicrobacteriumSphingomonas alaskensis Strain RB2256

@article{Ostrowski2001SpecificGR,
  title={Specific Growth Rate Plays a Critical Role in Hydrogen Peroxide Resistance of the Marine Oligotrophic UltramicrobacteriumSphingomonas alaskensis Strain RB2256},
  author={M. Ostrowski and R. Cavicchioli and M. Blaauw and J. Gottschal},
  journal={Applied and Environmental Microbiology},
  year={2001},
  volume={67},
  pages={1292 - 1299}
}
ABSTRACT The marine oligotrophic ultramicrobacterium Sphingomonas alaskensis RB2256 has a physiology that is distinctly different from that of typical copiotrophic marine bacteria, such as Vibrio angustum S14. This includes a high level of inherent stress resistance and the absence of starvation-induced stress resistance to hydrogen peroxide. In addition to periods of starvation in the ocean, slow, nutrient-limited growth is likely to be encountered by oligotrophic bacteria for substantial… Expand
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