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AbstractThe extremely halophilic archaea (family Halobacteriaceae) are the dominant heterotrophic organisms in hypersaline environments in which salt concentrations exceed 250–300 g l−1. During the last decades our knowledge on the taxonomy, physiology and biochemistry of the Halobacterium group...
AbstractThe Prochlorophytes are a diverse group of photosynthetic prokaryotes which falls within the cyanobacterial lineage, yet lack phycobilisomes as light harvesting structures. Instead, the Prochlorophytes have a light-harvesting apparatus composed of the higher plant pigments chlorophylls a...
AbstractSimple homocyclic aromatic compounds are extremely abundant in the environment and are derived largely from lignin. Such compounds may enter anaerobic environments and several groups of bacteria, exhibiting diverse energy-yielding mechanisms, have evolved the capacity to overcome the...
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