3 edition of Bacteria in oligotrophic environments found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 396-522) and index.
|Statement||Richard Y. Morita.|
|Series||Chapman & Hall microbiology series|
|LC Classifications||QR100 .M67 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 529 p. :|
|Number of Pages||529|
|LC Control Number||96050399|
The field of environmental microbiology addresses one of the world’s most important areas of scientific research: the roles that microbes play in all planetary environments. The Manual of Environmental Microbiology is the only book to offer a comprehensive analysis of these critical environments. Thoroughly updated and revised, this third edition assembles in a single volume the most. Theoretical analysis of the cost of antagonistic activity for aquatic bacteria in oligotrophic environments Eneas Aguirre-von-Wobeser, 1, * Luis E. Eguiarte, 2 Valeria Souza, 2 and Gloria Soberón-Chávez 3Cited by: 7.
Box-Folder Bacteria in Oligotrophic Environments - General, Add to Shelf Box-Folder Bacteria in Oligotrophic Environments - Permission to Reprint, Add to Shelf Box-Folder Bacteria in Oligotrophic Environments Project, Add to Shelf Box-Folder Biodiversity of Psychrofiles Project, Add to Shelf. In the environment, the higher relative abundance of Verrucomicrobia detected in the subsurface soil, reaching a maximum abundance at 10–50 cm below the soil surface, indicated an oligotrophic life strategy as carbon availability decreases with the depth of the soil profile (Fierer et .
BIOCONFINEMENT OF GENETICALLY ENGINEERED ORGANISMS neered bacteria are unfit in natural environments cannot be sustained. How- ever, the same would be true for exotic non-GEOs. Displacement of Indigenous Populations Viruses It is theoretically possible that genetically engineered viruses could dis- place resident species. R eport. Prevalence and Characterization of Putative Oligotrophic Bacteria in Fayoum Soils, Egypt. Sayed Abdelaziz 1, *, Khaled Elbanna 1, 2, Rabee Elshahawy 1. 1 Department of Agricultural Microbiology, Faculty of Agriculture, Fayoum University, Fayuom, Egypt. 2 Department of Biology, Faculty of Applied Sciences, Umm Al-Qura University, Makkah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
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Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete some items. Your. Synopsis This authoritative volume describes the bacteria present in oligotrophic or nutrient-poor environments and thoroughly analyzes such phenomena as cryptic growth and starvation proteins, nonculturable but viable cells, and attachment.
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Book Review. Free Access. Bacteria in oligotrophic environments: Starvation‐survival lifestyle. Hugh Ducklow. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, The College of William and Mary, BoxGloucester Point, Virginia Search for more papers by this author.
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Mallory LM, Austin B, Colwell RR () Numerical taxonomy and ecology of oligotrophic bacteria isolated from the estuarine environment. Can J Microbiol – PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar Melchiorri-Santolini U () Pelagic heterotrophic bacteria in the Ligurian Sea and Lago Maggiore. Oligotrophic bacteria are a group of microbes living in oligotrophic environments.
Their diversity and biomass are dominant in biosphere, and thus, play an important role in biogeochemical cycles. The isolate was an obligate oligotrophic bacterium, Hymenobacter latericoloratus CGMCCwhich degraded imidacloprid via hydroxylation by co-metabolism in pure culture.
Resting cells degraded % of mg/L imidacloprid in 6 days in the presence of co-substrate maltose, and growing culture degraded % of imidacloprid in 10 days. World Journal of Microbiology & Biotechnol Book Review Bacteria in Oligotrophic Environments: bacteria respond to their environment, therefore been welcomed.
Although there Starvation Survival Lifestyle. communicate with each other and with are numerous graphs and tables, there are Richard Y. Morita, (ed), other : Burgess, Grant. In oligotrophic environments the microcolonies of bacteria forming on the substratum grow into ‘stacks’ containing cells and EPS (Costerton et al., ).
In oligotrophic environments open water channels normally develop between the stacks, and the channels act as a circulatory system allowing for the dissemination of nutrients and oxygen and removal of metabolic by-products.
Oligotrophic environments are those that offer little to sustain life. These environments include deep oceanic sediments, caves, glacial and polar ice, deep subsurface soil, aquifers, ocean waters, and leached soils.
Oligotrophic bacteria (oligotrophs) are microorganisms that grow in extremely nutritionally deficient conditions in which the concentrations of organic substances are low.
Many oligotrophic bacteria were isolated from clinical materials including urine, sputum, swabbings of Cited by: In an oligotrophic environment, bacteria may augment motility to scavenge nutrients for survival as a stress response (Jimenez-Sanchez et al., ). They may be contrasted with copiotrophs, which prefer nutritionally rich environments.
Oligotrophs are characterized by slow growth, low rates of metabolism, and generally low population density. Oligotrophic environments include deep oceanic sediments, caves, glacial and polar ice, deep subsurface soil, aquifers, ocean waters, and leached soils.
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The Impact of Host Rock Geochemistry on Bacterial Community Structure in Oligotrophic Cave Environments. Hazel A. Barton 1, Nicholas M.
Taylor 1, Michael P. Kreate 2, Austin C. Springer 2. book is the truly comprehensive way in which it presents the evolv-ing field of starvation survival, in-cluding issues such as the early stud-ies of long-term survival in various bacterial species, viable but noncul-turable bacteria, the concept of maintenance energy, oligotrophic environments and bioavailability.
Morita has managed to review an. Survival of sulfate-reducing bacteria in oxic oligotrophic environments related to drinking water In this study the survival of sulfate-reducing bacteria in oxic, oligotropic habitats related to drinking water was investigated in a polyphasic approach.
Use of cultivation techniques led to the isolation of four sulfate-reducing species. With knowledge of the basic concepts of medium composition and the physical conditions which may limit microbial growth, one can enhance the ability to grow bacteria and fungi in pure culture and to enrich for, isolate, and culture many microorganisms of interest from the environment.
The major nutritional requirements for microbial growth that must be considered are sources of carbon; sources.These same strategies are used by cells in oligotrophic or low-nutrient environments. It has been hypothesized that cells in the natural world (i.e. outside of the laboratory) typically exist for long periods of time in oligotrophic environments, with only sporadic infusions of nutrients that return them to exponential growth for very brief.
Many strains of bacteria produce antagonistic substances that restrain the growth of others, and potentially give them a competitive advantage. These substances are commonly released to the surrounding environment, involving metabolic costs in terms of energy and nutrients. The rate at which these molecules need to be produced to maintain a certain amount of them close to the .