38) In addition, sulfate-reducing bacteria, such as Desulfovibrio
species, are anaerobes that reduce sulfate to hydrogen sulfide (H2S).
Numerous bacterial genera have been identified which are able to reduce ferric iron, such as Pseudomonas, Bacillus, Bacteroides, Desulfovibrio
, Sulfolobus, Thiobacillus, Shewanella, Desulfomonas, Desulforomusa, Geobacter, and Pelobacter.
So far, the main culprits include microbes from Clostridia, Desulfovibrio
and Sutterella species.
To ensure the study was as harsh as possible, all five key bacteria species responsible for MIC were included in the qPCR testwork: Desulfovibrio
desvlfricans (SRB), Shewanella putrefaciens (IRB), Thiobacillus thioparus (SOB), Pseudomonas aeruginosa (biofilm) and Methanolibacter arachidis (methanogen).
Toxic effects of dissolved heavy metals on Desulfovibrio
vulbaris and Desulfovibrio
Similarly, it was reported that the growth of the sulphate-reducing bacterium, Desulfovibrio
desulfuricans G-20, in the presence of only 6 [micro]M of Cu (II) was characterized by significantly lower maximum specific growth rate and biomass yield, as well as longer lag period (Sani et-al.
Researchers from the School of Biosciences at the University of Birmingham have discovered the mechanisms that allow the common soil bacterium Desulfovibrio
desulfuricans to recover the precious metal palladium from industrial waste sources.
Brinkhoff & Muyzer 1997), and Desulfovibrio
desulfuricans) form a specialized group of anaerobic microbes that use sulfate (S[O.
intracellularis, the causative agent of proliferative enteropathy in swine, is a gram-negative, obligate intracellular bacterium belonging to the Desulfovibrio
Ars genes have been observed in Desulfovibrio
Ben-RA, isolated from an Australian reed bed (Macy et al.
We believe that the longest two-word biological name appearing anywhere in the dictionary is Desulfovibrio
halohydrocarbonoclasticus, occurring in the definition of Desulfovibrio