Biology of anaerobic microorganisms
Alexander J. B. Zehnder
John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 1988 - Science - 872 pages
Offers a comprehensive treatment of anaerobes, a common and important group of microbes which thrive where oxygen is absent. Details significant aspects of anaerobe physiology, especially those relevant to geochemical cycles and biodegradation. Also included are discussions of their habitats and the characteristics of key groups of anaerobes.
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MICROBIOLOGY PHYSIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY
MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF BACTERIAL
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acetate acetogenic Acta activity aerobic amino acids anaerobic anaerobic degradation anoxic Appl Arch aromatic bacteriochlorophyll Bacteriol bacterium barkeri BChl benzoate Biochem Biol Biophys carbon dioxide cells Chem Chlorobium Chloroflexus Chromatium Clostridium coenzyme coli complex compounds concentration cycle cytochrome c3 denitrificans denitrification Desulfotomaculum Desulfovibrio desulfuricans dissimilatory electron acceptor electron donor electron transfer electron transport energy enrichment Environ enzyme fatty acids fermentation ferredoxin formation gigas green bacteria green sulfur bacteria growth habitats hydrogen hydrogenase inhibition isolated lactate Lake Lett lignin membrane metabolism methane Methanobacterium methanogenesis methanogenic bacteria methanol Methanosarcina microbial Microbiol microorganisms molecular nitrate reductase nitrogen nitrous oxide organic oxygen pathway Pfennig photosynthetic photosynthetic bacteria phototrophic phototrophic bacteria production propionate protein proton purple bacteria reaction center redox reduction respiratory Rhodopseudomonas Rhodospirillaceae rumen sediments sludge soil species sphaeroides strain studies substrate sulfate reducers sulfate-reducing bacteria sulfide synthesis syntrophic thermoautotrophicum thermophilic thiosulfate vinosum