Thermophilic Microbial Metal Reduction

@article{Slobodkin2005ThermophilicMM,
  title={Thermophilic Microbial Metal Reduction},
  author={Alexander I. Slobodkin},
  journal={Microbiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={74},
  pages={501-514}
}
Thermophilic microorganisms can reduce Fe(III), Mn(IV), Cr(VI), U(VI), Tc(VII), Co(III), Mo(VI), Au(I, III), and Hg(II). Ferric iron and Mn(IV) can be used as electron acceptors during growth; the physiological role of the reduction of the other metals is unclear. The process of microbial dissimilatory reduction of Fe(III) is the most thoroughly studied. Iron-reducing prokaryotes have been found in virtually all of the recognized types of terrestrial ecosystems, from hot continental springs to… CONTINUE READING

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