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AbstractIncreasing interest in the exploitation of plant biomass as a renewable resource has provided an impetus for research on microbial degradation of lignocellulose. This has traditionally been concentrated on the fungi, but lignocellulose-degrading prokaryotes are beginning to receive more...
AbstractBiodegradation of xenobiotic compounds is examined with s-triazines as an example and with biological treatment of wastewater containing s-triazines as an aim. s-Triazines have been termed recalcitrant, but examination of the literature indicates that a potential for biodegradation...
AbstractThe regulation of anaerobic citrate metabolism is very diverse among different groups of bacteria. In organisms like Streptococcus lactis and Clostridium sporosphaeroides which lack citrate synthase, the activity of its antagonistic enzyme, citrate lyase, need not be regulated. Many...
AbstractRecent discoveries relating to pathways of anaerobic electron transport in the Rhodospirillaceae are reviewed. The main emphasis is on the organism Rhodobacter capsulatus** but comparisons are made with Rhodobacter sphaeroides** f. sp. denitrificans and Rhodopseudomonas palustris. The...
AbstractBased on a literature review, a hypothesis is forwarded on the mechanism of initial bacterial adhesion to solid substrata, which accounts both for the role of specific microscopic surface components as well as for the role of non-specific macroscopic surface properties (surface free...
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