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General and Applied Aspects of Halophilic Microorganisms

Francisco Rodriguez-Valera

General and Applied Aspects of Halophilic Microorganisms

by Francisco Rodriguez-Valera

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biochemistry,
  • Microorganisms,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Life Sciences - Biochemistry,
  • Life Sciences - Evolution,
  • Microbiology,
  • Science / Biochemistry,
  • Congresses,
  • Halobacterium,
  • Halophilic microorganisms,
  • Water Microbiology

  • Edition Notes

    Nato Science Series: A:

    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages414
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9590539M
    ISBN 10030643816X
    ISBN 109780306438165

    Read the latest articles of Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry at , Elsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature Book review Full text access Genetics and Product Formation in Streptomyces.: S. Baumberg, H. Krügel and D. Noack (Editors), Plenum Press, New York, , pp., ISBN REVIEW ARTICLES HYDROLYTIC ENZYMES OF HALOPHILIC MICROORGANISMS AND THEIR ECONOMIC VALUES MĂDĂLIN ENACHE,1* MASAHIRO KAMEKURA2 1Institute of Biology Bucharest of the Romanian Academy, Splaiul Independentei , P.O. Box , Bucharest, Romania 2Halophiles Research Institute, Shimizu, Noda , Japan (Received April 1, ).

    A book for anyone interested in halophilic bacteria The Biology of Halophilic Bacteria presents detailed information regarding methods for working with halophilic bacteria. Helpful hints for performing various tests and assays in high salts are given, and information . Define halophilic. halophilic synonyms, halophilic pronunciation, halophilic translation, English dictionary definition of halophilic. Lipopeptide biosurfactant produced by Mucor Circinelloides UCP/WFCC applied in the removal of crude oil and engine oil from soil. it has been shown that halophilic microorganisms have a high.

    Advances in Understanding the Biology of Halophilic Microorganisms Aharon Oren (auth.), Russell H. Vreeland (eds.) This book is designed to be a long term career reference. The chapters present modern procedures. This is a how-to-book with a difference. These chapters: reveal the background information about working with salt loving organisms. and heterotrophic eukaryotes. Halophilic microorganisms have several biotechnological applications like -carotene production of fermented foods. In recent years, uses of halophilic microorganisms have significantly increased. Many enzymes, stabilizers and valuable compounds from ISSN: Volume 3 Number 12 () pp.


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General and Applied Aspects of Halophilic Microorganisms by Francisco Rodriguez-Valera Download PDF EPUB FB2

Therefore, the study of halophilic microorganisms is indeed a highly heterogeneous and extense topic. The present volume contains the contributions to the FEMS-NATO Advanced Research Workshop on "General and Applied Aspects of Halophilic Microorganisms" held at.

FEMS-NATO Advanced Research Workshop on General and Applied Aspects of Halophilic Microorganisms ( Alicante, Spain). General and applied aspects of halophilic microorganisms. New York: Plenum Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.

General and Applied Aspects of Halophilic Microorganisms. [Francisco Rodriguez-Valera] V Applied Aspects of Halophilic Organisms.- An Application of a Bioreactor with Flocculated Cells of Halophilic Micrococcus varians Subsp. Halophilus which Preferentially Adsorbed Halophilic Nuclease H to 5'-Nucleotide Production.- http:\/\/www.

If halophilic prokaryotes on Earth can remain in viable states for long periods of time, then it is reasonable to consider, under similar extraterrestrial environments, the existence of extraterrestrial organisms.

General and Applied Aspects of Halophilic Microorganisms, Plenum Press, New York,pp. General and Applied Aspects. Halophilic microorganisms produce hydroxyalkanoates, which can be applied to the thermal processing of plastics [47].

For example, shear- pH- and heat-resistant exopolysaccharides. Introduction. At the symposium on 'General & Applied Aspects of Halophilic Microorganisms', held in Alicante, Spain in SeptemberHans Trüper presented a lecture entitled: "Halophily, taxonomy, phylogeny and nomenclature".Cited by:   "This water" he told me, "runs out to the eastern region, and flows into the Arabah; and when it comes into the sea, into the sea of foul waters [i.

e., the Dead Sea], the water will become wholesome. Every living creature that swarms will be able to live wherever this stream goes; the fish will be very abundant once these waters have reached there.

Classification. Halophiles are categorized as slight, moderate, or extreme, by the extent of their halophiles prefer to M ( to %—seawater is M or %), moderate halophiles to M ( to 20%), and extreme halophiles to M (20 to 30%) salt content.

Halophiles require sodium chloride (salt) for growth, in contrast to halotolerant organisms. Halophilic environment known exert high osmotic pressure on the microorganisms, we have isolated the Halophilic bacteria from the western coastal region of India, A moderately halophilic, motile Author: Antonio Ventosa.

North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Scientific Affairs Division. Title(s): General and applied aspects of halophilic microorganisms/ edited by Francisco Rodriguez-Valera.

Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York: Plenum Press, c Description: xi, p.: ill. updated view of the aerobic extremely halophilic archaea (halobacteria)]. Javor B.J. Hypersaline Environments. Microbiology and Biogeochemistry, Berlin: Springer-Verlag.

[This book deals with ecological and biogeochemical aspects of different hypersaline environments and halophilic microorganisms]. Madern D., Ebel C. and Zaccai G. ().File Size: KB. The book is divided into three sections, dealing with biodiversity, biotechnology and sustainable exploitation of halophiles.

This major new work represents a valuable source of information to all those scientists interested in microorganisms in general and extremophiles in particular with respect to their innovative products and applications.

Abstract. The extremely halophilic archaea (family Halobacteriaceae) are the dominant heterotrophic organisms in hypersaline environments in which salt concentrations exceed – g l − the last decades our knowledge on the taxonomy, physiology and biochemistry of the Halobacterium group has greatly increased.

However, our understanding of the ecology of the Cited by: In this Special Issue of Microorganisms, we invite you to send contributions concerning any aspect related with extremophiles, from the microbial ecology of diverse extreme environments, to the physiology and molecular biology of extremophiles from the three domains, and from the fundamental to the applied aspects of extreme microorganisms.

12 Halophilic Microorganisms Hans Jörg Kunte, Hans G. Trüper and Helga Stan-Lotter Concentrated salt solutions like salt or soda lakes, coastal lagoons or man-made sal-terns, inhabited by only a few forms of higher life, are dominated by prokaryotic mi-croorganisms.

Global salt deposits show that evaporation of marine salt water and theFile Size: KB. Halophilic microorganisms thrive in conditions of high salt concentration and osmotic stress. Due to these reasons, halophilic microorganisms with ability to fix nitrogen or mobilize phosphate represent a potential as bio-fertilizer to increase crop growth and yield in saline soils.

This book highlights current genetics and genomics research on halophilic Archaea and Bacteria and their viruses to provide a timely overview. Topics include: ecology and evolution of Haloquadratum walsbyi; microdiversity of Salinibacter ruber; horizontal gene transfer in halobacteria; comparative genomics of haloarchaeal viruses; and much more.

Three types of halophilic microorganisms contribute to the colour: extremely halophilic Archaea (family Halobacteriaceae) containing carbon carotenoids (bacterioruberin and derivatives) and sometimes also the retinal protein bacteriorhodopsin (see below), the β-carotenerich unicellular green flagellate alga Dunaliella salina and finally.

Halophilic microorganisms are one of the more fascinating microbial groups known today. Their ability to exist in exceptionally high salt (as NaCl) brines, soils and even in ancient halite provides a wide array of areas for physiological, ecological and molecular : Hardcover.

Advances in Understanding the Biology of Halophilic Microorganisms - Kindle edition by Vreeland, Russell H. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Advances in Understanding the Biology of Halophilic cturer: Springer.

Full text of "Microbiology, a text-book of microorganisms general and applied" See other formats.The authoritative text for introductory microbiology, Brock Biology of Microorganisms, 12/e, continues its long tradition of impeccable scholarship, outstanding art and photos, and accuracy.

It balances the most current coverage with the major classical and contemporary concepts essential for understanding microbiology. Now reorganized for greater flexibility and updated with new content, the. General and Applied Aspects of Halophilic Microorganisms During recent years the subject of extreme environments and extremophiles has become a central topic in modern Biology.

The capability of some microorganisms to withstand, and often prefer, the harsh conditions found in such environments is helping to define the Author: Douglas Inman.