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Bioremediation on the Shore After an Oil Spill from the Nakhodka in the Sea of Japan. I. Chemistry and Characteristics of Heavy Oil Loaded on the Nakhodka and Biodegradation Tests by a Bioremediation Agent with Microbiological Cultures in the Laboratory
Relationships among Bacterial Cell Size, Productivity, and Genetic Diversity in Aquatic Environments using Cell Sorting and Flow Cytometry
Studies of microbial acclimation to hard chemicals on the basis of respiratory quinone profiles and kinetic analyses
Growth Characteristics of Syntrophotalea acetylenivorans, strain SFB93, sp. nov., a diazotrophic, acetylenotrophic anaerobe isolated from San Francisco Bay intertidal sediments
Data supporting the establishment of Syntrophotalea acetylenivorans SFB93 as a new microbial species. Data release includes growth curve and preferred growth conditions for the species.
Data on the Enrichment and Isolation of the Acetylenotrophic and Diazotrophic Isolate Bradyrhizobium sp. strain I71
Acetylene (C2H2) is a molecule rarely found in nature, with few known natural sources, but acetylenotrophic microorganisms can use acetylene as their primary carbon and energy source. As of 2018 there were 15 known strains of aerobic and anaerobic acetylenotrophs, however we hypothesized that there may be yet unrecognized diversity of acetylenotrophs in nature. In this study, we expanded this diversity by isolating an aerobic acetylenotroph, Bradyrhizobium sp. strain I71, from TCE-contaminated soils undergoing bioremediation. TCE-contaminated soils from the NASA Ames Research Center in California were used to establish soil microcosms with acetylene as the primary carbon substrate and acetylene uptake was tracked...
Pasteurella sp. from an epizootic of white perch (Roccus americanus) in Chesapeake Bay tidewater areas
Bioremediation on the Shore after an Oil Spill from the Nakhodka in the Sea of Japan. II. Toxicity of a Bioremediation Agent with Microbiological Cultures in Aquatic Organisms
Bioremediation on the Shore after an Oil Spill from the Nakhodka in the Sea of Japan. III. Field Tests of a Bioremediation Agent with Microbiological Cultures for the Treatment of an Oil Spill
This study aimed to (1) enrich microbial acetylenotrophs from trichloroethylene (TCE) contaminated groundwater and (2) evaluate whether these enrichments could degrade TCE coupled to acetylene degradation. Acetylenotrophs are microorganisms that use acetylene as their carbon and energy source. TCE contaminated groundwater was collected from wells at the Naval Air Warfare Center (NAWC) in West Trenton, New Jersey. Microbial acetylene uptake in groundwater samples was established by mixing the groundwater with a defined mineral medium to supply nutrients and providing acetylene as the sole electron donor and carbon source. The structure of the microbial community in those enrichments was characterized as shown by...
Infection and reinfection of chickens with Salmonella typhimurium : Bacteriology and immune responses.
Factors affecting the survival of Pseudomonas putida bearing PCBs-degrading recombinant plasmid in marine microcosms contaminated with PCBs
Conjugal transfer of natural plasmids between Escherichia coli strains in sterile environmental water