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- Liebensteiner, Martin G.; Pinkse, Martijn W.H.; Nijsse, Bart; Verhaert, Peter D.E.M.; Tsesmetzis, Nicolas; Stams, Alfons J.M.; Lomans, Bart P.
- Environmental microbiology reports 2015 v.7 no.6 pp. 936-945
- thiosulfates, etc ; Archaeoglobus; Carboxydothermus hydrogenoformans; Moorella glycerini; oxidation; perchlorates; physiology; proteome; sulfates; sulfides; sulfur; temperature; thermophilic microorganisms; Show all 13 Subjects
- ... This study reports the ability of one hyperthermophilic and two thermophilic microorganisms to grow anaerobically by the reduction of chlorate and perchlorate. Physiological, genomic and proteome analyses suggest that the Crenarchaeon Aeropyrum pernix reduces perchlorate with a periplasmic enzyme related to nitrate reductases, but that it lacks a functional chlorite‐disproportionating enzyme (Cld) ...
- Stewart, Lucy C.; Llewellyn, James G.; Butterfield, David A.; Lilley, Marvin D.; Holden, James F.
- Environmental microbiology reports 2016 v.8 no.2 pp. 196-200
- thiosulfates, etc ; hydrogen; hydrogen sulfide; microbial growth; models; nitrates; oxidation; oxygen; pH; pyrite; seawater; sodium chloride; sulfur; temperature; tube worms; Pacific Ocean; Show all 16 Subjects
- ... Hydrothermal fluids (341°C and 19°C) were collected < 1 m apart from a black smoker chimney and a tubeworm mound on the Boardwalk edifice at the Endeavour Segment in the northeastern Pacific Ocean to study anaerobic microbial growth in hydrothermal mineral deposits. Geochemical modelling of mixed vent fluid and seawater suggests the mixture was anoxic above 55°C and that low H₂ concentrations (79 ...
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