Advances in Applied Microbiology, Vol. 26 by D. Perlman (ed.)

By D. Perlman (ed.)

Meant for researchers in utilized microbiology and environmental engineers, this e-book covers such issues as environmental evaluation of biotechnological strategies and microbial ameliorations of haloaromatic and haloaliphatic compounds.

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The growth of the organisms in liquid media and on solid media containing sulfate as an electron acceptor and acetate as a carbon source was dependent on the presence of methane (Fig. 6). The production of [35S]HS- from 35S042- (Fig. , 1979) by enrichment cultures were also dependent on methane. , 1979). Methane carbon was not assimilated into cell material and in this respect this process differed from methane metabolism by all known aerobic methylotrophs. 16 R . S . 6. Anaerobic growth of an enrichment culture from Lake Mendota on methane.

7. , 1979). The tubes were sealed with rubber stoppers. The tube on the left contained an atmosphere ofoxygen-free Nz. The tube on the right contained an oxygen-free atmosphere ofCHI and N2 (1:4 vh). Growth, evidenced by turbidity, occurred only in tubes containing methane in the atmosphere. Zehnder and Brock (1979) have shown that cultures of several methanogenic bacteria oxidize 14C& to 14C02 while producing methane. 001%of that produced. A small amount of methane carbon was assimilated into cell material.

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