2 edition of Biochemical and physiological characterization of an exopolymer - producing bacterium found in the catalog.
Biochemical and physiological characterization of an exopolymer - producing bacterium
|Statement||by Helena Mokrzycki.|
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|Pagination||28 l. :|
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Many marine bacteria produce exopolysaccharides (EPS) as a strategy for growth, adhering to solid surfaces, and to survive adverse conditions. There is growing interest in isolating new EPS producing bacteria from marine environments, particularly from extreme marine environments such as deep-sea hydrothermal vents characterized by high pressure and temperature and Cited by: The strains were characterised by 93 morphological, biochemical, physiological and nutritional tests.
Clustering yielded 46 phena at S level (SJ coefficient). Biosynthesis of PHAs was carried out in a two-step batch cultivation process. In the first step, the culture medium was inoculated at 10% (v/v) with a suspension of cells in exponential phase and grown in 5 L fermenter (Infors, Massy, France) containing 3 L of rich marine broth medium (10 g peptone, 5 g yeast, 15 g sea salts (Sigma, France) per liter distilled water).Cited by: 7.
Ferguson, S. A., Keis, S., & Cook, G. Biochemical and molecular characterization of a Na +-translocating F 1 F 0-ATPase from the thermo alkaliphilic bacterium Clostridium paradoxum.
Journal of Bacteriology, 18, – Google ScholarCited by: 3. EPSs are an important component of biological systems, beneficial for the organisms that produce them as they fulfill variety of functions. However, the physiological role of EPSs in bacteria has not been clearly established, and is probably diverse and by: 3.
Al-Nahas et al. described the characterization of an EPS producing bacterium, named Pseudoalteromonas sp. AM, isolated from a sponge sample at about 16 m depth in the Red Sea (Hurghada, Egypt). The production of this EPS was achieved by fermentation in mL shake flasks containing 50 mL of casein hydrolysate-glucose broth at 30 ° by: My Book Polyglutamic acid 1.
Abbreviated Form Full Form APHA American Public Health Association BM Basal Medium CPT Camptothecin CS Cesium DCW Dry Cell Weight DMSO Dimethyl Sulfoxide -PGA Gamma-Polyglutamic acid GC Gas Chromatography H-NMR Proton-Nuclear Magnetic Resonance IR Infra Red KDa Kilo Dalton LB Luria-Bertani MW.
Microbial cells (i.e., bacteria, archaea, microeukaryotes) in oceans secrete a diverse array of large molecules, collectively called extracellular polymeric substances (EPSs) or simply exopolymers. These secretions facilitate attachment to surfaces that lead to the formation of structured ‘biofilm’ communities.
In open-water environments, they also lead to formation of organic colloids Cited by: Ito T, Sugita K, Okabe S () Isolation, characterization, and in situ detection of a novel chemolithoautotrophic sulfur-oxidizing bacterium in wastewater biofilms growing under microaerophilic conditions.
Appl Environ Microbiol – Google ScholarCited by: You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.
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SB1, was isolated, purified, and identified by its internal transcribed spacer region (ITSS-ITS2). Media optimization through the Plackett–Burman Design and response surface methodology (RSM) showed a maximum exopolysaccharide (EPS) production of 48 mg/L (fold higher than that for unoptimized media).Cited by: Pesticide Biodegradation: Mechanisms, Genetics and Strategies to Enhance the Process.
By Ma. some physiological, ecological, biochemical and molecular aspects play an important role in the microbial transformation of The isolation of pesticide degrading microorganisms and the characterization of genes encoding pesticide degradation Cited by: late Joshua Lederberg, humans and microbes continue to be locked in a contest between “our wits and their genes” (Lederberg, ).
It should be noted at the outset of this document that the meaning of the phrase “antimicrobial resistance” is wholly context-dependent. Mind the PVCs Mind the PVCs Devos, Damien P.; Ward, Naomi L.
With this letter, we would like to draw attention to bacteria belonging to the PVC (Planctomycetes ‐ Verrucomicrobia ‐ Chlamydiae) superphylum.
Members of Planctomycetes (Ward,) are widely distributed environmental bacteria occurring in soil, freshwater, marine and.
Recent advances in the study of biocorrosion an overview iwona b. beech 1. Biocorrosion: an overview INTRODUCTION In natural and man-made environments corrosion occurs when materials made of pure metals and/or their mixtures (alloys) undergo a chemical change from the ground state to an ionized species.
INTRODUCTION. Biofilms are multidimensional communities in which resident bacteria coexist within the self-derived extracellular matrix (ECM) (1, 2).Although the developmental stages leading to biofilm formation appear to be conserved (Fig. 1), every species (or consortium of species in the case of polymicrobial biofilms) forms a unique multicellular Cited by: Bacterial cellulose (BC) serves as a molecular glue to facilitate intra- and inter-domain interactions in nature.
Biosynthesis of BC-containing biofilms occurs in a variety of Proteobacteria that inhabit diverse ecological niches.
The enzymatic and regulatory systems responsible for the polymerization, exportation, and regulation of BC are equally as by: Characterization and expression analysis of the exopolysaccharides gene cluster in Lactobacillus fermentum TDS Characterization of an extracellular polysaccharide produced by a pseudomonas strain grown on glycerol.
Characterization of exopolysaccharides in marine colloids by capillary electrophoresis with indirect UV detection. ().Author: Sohaib Sadiq. References for Bacteria (excluding Cyanobacteria) References for Cyanobacteria; References for Archaea; References for Amoebozoa (excluding Mycetozoa).
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