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Dissolved organic carbon leaching from plastics stimulates microbial activity in the ocean. Russell, J. Distributions of 5- and 6-methyl branched glycerol dialkyl glycerol tetraethers brGDGTs in East African lake sediment: Effects of temperature, pH, and new lacustrine paleotemperature calibrations.

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A combined lipidomic and 16S rRNA gene amplicon sequencing approach reveals archaeal sources of intact polar lipids in the stratified Black Sea water column. Natronobiforma cellulositropha gen. Methanonatronarchaeum thermophilum gen. Steinle, L. Life on the edge: active microbial communities in the Kryos MgCl 2 -brine basin at very low water activity.

Taylor, B. Quantitative infection dynamics of Cafeteria roenbergensis virus. Viruses 10 9 : Timmers, P. S; Muyzer, G. Metabolism and occurrence of methanogenic and sulfate-reducing syntrophic acetate oxidizing communities in haloalkaline environments. Origin, formation and environmental significance of des-A-arborenes in the sediments of an East African crater lake.

Contrasting glacial meltwater effects on post-bloom phytoplankton on temporal and spatial scales in Kongsfjorden, Spitsbergen. PeerJ 6 : e In-situ incubation of a coral patch for community-scale assessment of metabolic and chemical processes on a reef slope. Van Oevelen, D. Niche overlap between a cold-water coral and an associated sponge for isotopically-enriched particulate food sources. PLoS One 13 3 : e Vandieken, V.

Labilibaculum manganireducens gen. Villanueva, L. Engineering E. Trends microbiol. Warden, L. Change in provenance of branched glycerol dialkyl glycerol tetraethers over the Holocene in the Baltic Sea and its impact on continental climate reconstruction. Weber, Y. S; Zopfi, J. Redox-dependent niche differentiation provides evidence for multiple bacterial sources of glycerol tetraether lipids in lakes.

Ecosystem microbiology of coral reefs: linking genomic, metabolomic, and biogeochemical dynamics from animal symbioses to reefscape processes. Witkowski, C. Molecular fossils from phytoplankton reveal secular P co 2 trend over the Phanerozoic. Science Advances 4 11 : eaat A method for quantifying heterocyst glycolipids in biomass and sediments. Impact of culturing conditions on the abundance and composition of long chain alkyl diols in species of the genus Nannochloropsis.

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Marine viruses discovered via metagenomics shed light on viral strategies throughout the oceans. Crawfurd, K. Alterations in microbial community composition with increasing f CO 2 : a mesocosm study in the eastern Baltic Sea. Biogeosciences 14 16 : Coral Reefs 36 2 : Development and comparison of chromatographic methods for the analysis of long chain diols and alkenones in biological materials and sediment.

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These include marine microorganisms bacteria, fungi, algae and protozoa , 82 pp. An author of a monograph concerned with a multidiscipline subject, of which Microbiology of Oceans and Estuaries is certainly an example, is inclined to emphasize and to have particular interests in certain aspects of the general subject. A reviewer, by the same token, finds it difficult not to indulge in his own particular tastes and interests when reading a multidiscipline monograph.

A few flaws, from a strictly microbiological point of view were thusnoted. Thiobacillus denitrificans is said to act anaerobically with its nitrogen in the form of ammonia, p. No reference is cited to support this, and it is possible that a typographical error may be involved in this large figure. While this may be true, it is implied that this is the primary hydrogen-sulfide generating mechanism in this species. Actually, the bacterium primarily produces hydrogen sulfide by reduction of the sulfate ion, as does Desulfovibrio desulfuricans.

Microbes in primitive, aqueous systems are discussed at some length with reference to the first living organisms in the primordial aqueous, organic slime or soup, "Weltschlamm". Curiously, Professor Wood never mentions Oparin; in fact, Russian authors seem to have been almost completely avoided throughout the book. Kriss does not appear in the list of references, and was mentioned only briefly with reference to the Krassilnikoviae, on p.

Typographical errors in the book are very rare; denitrificans is misspelled on pp. The editing is good Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatol. This is due, in part, to a wide variety of topics discussed therein. A point is made on p. Even if this was actually true, it would not be a fault of the medical bacteriologist, but rather a fault, if any at all, of the non-medical microbiologist.

The references number , and these include titles and inclusive pagination. The index consisting of 13 pp. There is no author index, but the glossary of terms includes entries which are helpful, particularly to students. Schmidtko, S. Decline in global oceanic oxygen content during the past five decades. Breitburg, D. Declining oxygen in the global ocean and coastal waters.

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Zinger, L. Bacterial taxa-area and distance-decay relationships in marine environments. Archer, S. Airborne microbial transport limitation to isolated Antarctic soil habitats. Advection shapes Southern Ocean microbial assemblages independent of distance and environment effects. Cavicchioli, R. Microbial ecology of Antarctic aquatic systems.

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Biogeochemical plant-soil microbe feedback in response to climate warming in peatlands. Gallego-Sala, A. Blanket peat biome endangered by climate change. Lupascu, M. High Arctic wetting reduces permafrost carbon feedbacks to climate warming. Change 4 , 51—55 Hultman, J. Multi-omics of permafrost, active layer and thermokarst bog soil microbiomes. Schuur, E. Climate change and the permafrost carbon feedback. Crowther, T.

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Hartley, I. A potential loss of carbon associated with greater plant growth in the European Arctic. Giardina, C. Warming-related increases in soil CO2 efflux are explained by increased below-ground carbon flux. Climate fails to predict wood decomposition at regional scales. Nutrient availability as the key regulator of global forest carbon balance.

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Cross-biome patterns in soil microbial respiration predictable from evolutionary theory on thermal adaptation. Dacal, M. Soil microbial respiration adapts to ambient temperature in global drylands. Lipson, D. The complex relationship between microbial growth rate and yield and its implications for ecosystem processes.

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