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Phototrophs in high-iron-concentration microbial mats: physiological ecology of phototrophs in an iron-depositing hot spring
Bioremediation and bioreduction of dissolved U(VI) by microbial mat consortium supported on silica gel particles
Characterization, seasonal occurrence, and diel fluctuation of poly(hydroxyalkanoate) in photosynthetic microbial mats
Seasonal nitrogen fixation dynamics in a marine microbial mat: Potential roles of cyanobacteria and microheterotrophs
Cultivation of aerobic chemoorganotrophic proteobacteria and gram-positive bacteria from a hot spring microbial mat
Cyanobacterial toxins, the perception of water quality, and the prioritisation of eutrophication control
Long-term effects of UV exclusion on the microbial composition and photosynthetic competence of bacteria in hot-spring microbial mats
Seasonal distributions of dominant 16S rRNA-defined populations in a hot spring microbial mat examined by denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis
Structure and Biogeochemical Activity of the Phototrophic Communities from the Bol'sherechenskii Alkaline Hot Spring
The halotolerance an phylogeny of cyanobacteria with tightly coiled trichomes (Spirulina Turpin) and the description of Halospirulina tapeticola gen. nov., sp. nov.
The morphologies, halotolerances, temperature requirements, pigment compositions and 16S rRNA gene sequences of five culture collection strains and six novel isolates of cyanobacteria with helical, tightly coiled trichomes were investigated. All strains were very similar morphologically and could be assigned to the genus Spirulina (or section Euspirulina sensu Geitler), according to traditional classification. However, the isolates showed significantly different requirements for salinity and temperature, which were in accordance with their respective environmental origins. The genetic divergence among the strains investigated was large. The results indicate the drastic underestimation of the physiological and phylogenetic...
Impact of light regimes on productivity patterns of benthic microbial mats in an antarctic lake: A modeling study