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Sulfur bacteria such as Beggiatoa or Thiomargarita have a particularly high capacity for storage because of their large size. In… Expand Background Subsurface fluids from deep-sea hydrocarbon seeps undergo methane- and sulfur-cycling microbial transformations near… Expand The great variety of geological and hydrological conditions in the deep sea generates many different habitats. Some are only… Expand The ecological niche of nitrate-storing Beggiatoa, and their contribution to the removal of sulfide were investigated in coastal… Expand At Hydrate Ridge (HR), Cascadia convergent margin, surface sediments contain massive gas hydrates formed from methane that… Expand Rates and oxidative pathways of organic carbon mineralization were determined in sediments at six stations on the shelf and slope… Expand Filamentous bacteria, identified as members of the genus Beggiatoa by gliding motility and internal globules of elemental sulfur… Expand Recently developed techniques involving opposed, gel-stabilized gradients of O2 and H2S permit cultivation of a marine Beggiatoa… Expand The interactions between colorless sulfur bacteria and the chemical microgradients at the oxygen-sulfide interface were studied… Expand A strain of Beggiatoa cf. leptomitiformis (OH-75-B, clone 2a) was isolated which is unique among reported strains in its ability… Expand