Chromatium


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Chromatium

[krō′māsh·ē·əm]
(microbiology)
A genus of bacteria in the family Chromatiaceae; cells are ovoid to rod-shaped, are motile, do not have gas vacuoles, and contain bacteriochlorophyll a on vesicular photosynthetic membranes.
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El tapete II, verde y negro, contiene algas verdes, diatomeas, cianobacterias, Beggiatoa, Chromatium, Chloroflexus, y depositos de S y sulfuro de hierro.
The bacteria involved include Azotobacter, Clostridium, Chromatium and Chlorobium (Burris 2002).
for Dg enzyme, (74) as well as for similar [NiFe]-enzyme from Chromatium vinosum, (84) whereas the electron density of one of three ligands (L1 of Fig.
1975) Structural and catalytic properties of hydrogenase from Chromatium.
El sistema genetico tipo III, se encuentra en Chromatium vinosum, Synechocystis sp.
Despite the abundance of the isolates in the samples, Serratia marcescens, Escherichia coli, Enterobacter aerogenes, Chromatium sp, and Erwinia amylovora exhibited minimal growth towards the end of incubation period indicating weak ability to utilize the PAH.
que ataca epibioticamente diferentes especies de bacterias purpuras sulfurosas pertenecientes al genero Chromatium y que no ha sido posible cultivar en medios axenicos.
Light levels as low as 1% of the incident near-infrared radiation (800 to 900 nm) are sufficient for Chromatium, a phototrophic purple sulfur bacterium, to dominate the chemocline (Fig.
Below Microcoleus are the red and green sulphur bacteria, including salmon-colored colonies of Thiocapsa, pink swimming Chromatium, and the strictly anaerobic green Chlorobium.
Lipases provide a new mechanistic model for polyhydroxybutyrate (PHB) synthases: characterization of the functional residues in Chromatium vinosum PHB synthase.
PHB synthase from Chromatium vinosum: cysteine 149 is involved in covalent catalysis.