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Because the book covers several different scientific disciplines, readers may encounter unfamiliar terminology. The glossary at the end of the book defines the more obscure of these.

Author: P. Large

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789400931695

Category: Science

Page: 88

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This short book attempts to give a reader who has a basic biochemical and microbiological background (one to two years at University level) an idea of the ecological, biochemical, physiological and biotechnological importance of methane, methanol and related compounds in the microbial world. Because the book covers several different scientific disciplines, readers may encounter unfamiliar terminology. The glossary at the end of the book defines the more obscure of these. The book has been written during a period of heavy teaching commit ments, and despite the helpful comments of many colleagues, it is likely that errors have crept in. As I have no co-author whom I can blame, I must accept sole responsibility for these! I wish to thank the many friends, students and colleagues who have read all or part of the manuscript: Charlie Bamforth, Rick Gibson, Jeff Green, Theo Hansen, Wim Harder, Geoff Haywood and, above all, Hans van Dijken.
2012-12-06 By P. Large



ISBN: 1781638969

Category: Methylotrophic bacteria

Page: 284

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Anthony, C., The Biochemistry of Methylotrophs, Academic Press, New York, 1982. . Large, P. J., Methylotrophy and Methanogenesis, Van Nostrand-Reinhold, Workingham, 1983. Dalton, H., Ed., Microbial Growth on C, Compounds, Proceedings of ...

Author: Allen I. Laskin

Publisher: CRC PressI Llc

ISBN: UCSD:31822008828105

Category: Science

Page: 375

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Volume 1 covers the bacteria. Each chapter treats a group of bateria. Extensive bibliographies. A section on General information includes a glossary, taxonomy information, literature, etc. Taxonomic and topical indexes. Also a chapter on paleomicrobiology. Good overview plus factual information. Published 1977.
1977 By Allen I. Laskin

As the involvement of the H4MPT-linked functions in methanogenesis and methylotrophy established the common root of the two bioconversions, the question arose of their evolutionary history. Which pathway evolved first?

Author: John A. Fuerst

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781627035026

Category: Science

Page: 286

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This book introduces Planctomycetes bacteria and deals in detail with their unusual structure, physiology, genomics and evolutionary significance. It is a definitive summary of recent knowledge of this important distinctive group of bacteria, microorganisms which challenge our very concept of the bacterium. Planctomycetes, and their relatives within the PVC superphylum of domain Bacteria, including verrucomicrobia and chlamydia, challenge our classical concept of the bacterium and its modes of life and provide new experimental models for exploring evolutionary cell biology and the full diversity of how living cells can be organized internally. Unique among bacteria, they include species possessing cells with intracellular membrane-bounded compartments and a peptidoglycan-less cell wall, and bacteria such as the anammox organisms performing unique anaerobic ammonium oxidation significant for global nitrogen cycle.
2013-07-20 By John A. Fuerst

Large, P. L.: Methylotrophy and Methanogenesis. American Society for Microbiology, Washington, DC (1983). Lilley, M. D., M. A. De Angelis, and L. L Gordon: CH4, H2, CO and N,O in Submarine Hydrothermal Vent Waters.

Author: David M. Karl

Publisher: CRC PressI Llc

ISBN: UOM:39015034899818

Category: Science

Page: 299

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The Microbiology of Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Vents is the first comprehensive treatment of the microbiology of these unusual deep-sea ecosystems. It includes information on microbial biodiversity, ecology, physiology, and the origin of life. It is the first volume available on the subject. All chapters are written by leaders in their respective fields who have made substantial contributions to the current understanding of these novel deep-sea habitats. Much of the book's material is entirely new and forward looking. Individual chapters examine the geologic setting and chemistry of deep-sea hydrothermal vents, growth at high temperatures, microbe-metal interactions and mineral deposition, stable isotopes, and more. This reference presents a unique interdisciplinary approach to the study of hydrothermal vents. Because of its thorough coverage of the subject, the book will continue to be a valuable resource for researchers in this field for the next decade.
1995-07-14 By David M. Karl

Kletsova, L. V., Chibisova, E. S., and Tsygankov, Y. D., 1988, Mutants of the obligate methylotroph Methylobacillus flagellatum KT defective in ... Large, P. J., 1983, Methylotrophy and Methanogenesis, Van Nostrand–Reinhold, Wokingham.

Author: J. Colin Murrell

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781489923387

Category: Science

Page: 286

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Methane and its oxidation product, methanol, have occupied an important position in the chemical industry for many years: the former as a feedstock, the latter as a primary chemical from which many products are produced. More recently, the role played by methane as a potent "greenhouse" gas has aroused considerable attention from environmentalists and clima tologists alike. This role for C compounds has, of course, been quite 1 incidental to the myriad of microorganisms on this planet that have adapted their life-styles to take advantage of these readily available am bient sources. Methane, a renewable energy source that will always be with us, is actually a difficult molecule to activate; so any microorganism that can effect this may point the way to catalytic chemists looking for con trollable methane oxidation. Methanol, formed as a breakdown product of plant material, is also ubiquitous and has also encouraged the growth of prokaryotes and eukaryotes alike. In an attempt to give a balanced view of how microorganisms have been able to exploit these simple carbon sources, we have asked a number ofleading scientists (modesty forbids our own inclusion here) to contribute chapters on their specialist areas of the subject.
2013-06-29 By J. Colin Murrell

Anaerobic mineralization of methanol mainly involves methanogens that directly convert methanol to methane, ... This study showed that methylotrophy through methanogenesis was completely inhibited by 10 mg/L SeO42− (Figure 3.1c).

Author: Tejaswini Eregowda

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781000740424

Category: Science

Page: 208

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Methanol is an important volatile organic compound (VOC) present in the gaseous and liquid effluents of process industries such as pulp and paper, paint manufacturing and petroleum refineries. An estimated 65% of the total methanol emission was from the Kraft mills of the pulp and paper industries. The effect of selenate, sulfate and thiosulfate on methanol utilization for volatile fatty acids (VFA) production was individually examined in batch systems. Gas-phase methanol removal along with thiosulfate reduction was carried out for 123 d in an anoxic BTF. To examine the gas-phase methanol removal along with selenate reduction, another anoxic biotrickling filter (BTF) was operated for 89 d under step and continuous selenate feeding conditions. For the study on liquid-phase methanol, acetogenesis of foul condensate (FC) obtained from a chemical pulping industry was tested in three upflow anaerobic sludge blanket (UASB) reactors operated at 22, 37 and 55 oC for 51 d. The recovery of VFA was explored through adsorption studies using anion exchange resins in batch systems. The adsorption capacity of individual VFA on Amberlite IRA-67 and Dowex optipore L-493 was examined by fitting the experimental data to adsorption isotherms and kinetic models. A sequential batch process was tested to achieve selective separation of acetic acid from the VFA mixture.
2019-08-20 By Tejaswini Eregowda

Biocontrol activity of some potent methylotrophs isolated from Bhitarkanika mangrove sediment. ... Methylotrophy and methanogenesis. Aspects of Microbiology 8. ... Evidence for cytokinin production by plant‐associated methylotrophs.

Author: Prem Lal Kashyap

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119275923

Category: Science

Page: 376

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A comprehensive, edited volume pulling together research on manipulation of the crop microbiome for climate resilient agriculture Microbes for Climate Resilient Agriculture provides a unique collection of data and a holistic view of the subject with quantitative assessment of how agricultural systems will be transformed in coming decades using hidden treasure of microbes. Authored by leaders in the field and edited to ensure conciseness and clarity, it covers a broad range of agriculturally important crops, discusses the impact of climate change on crops, and examines biotechnologically and environmentally relevant microbes. The book encapsulates the understanding of microbial mediated stress management at field level, and will serve as a springboard for novel research findings and new applications in the field. Chapter coverage includes: the role of the phytomicrobiome in maintaining biofuel crop production in a changing climate; the impact of agriculture on soil microbial community composition and diversity in southeast Asia; climate change impact on plant diseases; microalgae; photosynthetic microorganisms and bioenergy prospects; amelioration of abiotic stresses in plants through multi-faceted beneficial microorganisms; role of methylotrophic bacteria in climate change mitigation; conservation agriculture for climate change resilience; archaeal community structure; mycorrhiza-helping plants to navigate environmental stresses; endophytic microorganisms; bacillus thuringiensis; and microbial nanotechnology for climate resilient agriculture. Clear and succinct chapters contributed and edited by leaders in the field Covers microbes' beneficial and detrimental roles in the microbiome, as well as the functions they perform under stress Discusses the crop microbiome, nutrient cycling microbes, endophytes, mycorrhizae, and various pests and diseases, and their roles in sustainable farming Places research in larger context of climate change's effect on global agriculture Microbes for Climate Resilient Agriculture is an important text for scientists and researchers studying microbiology, biotechnology, environmental biology, agronomy, plant physiology, and plant protection.
2018-03-07 By Prem Lal Kashyap

In: Goldberg I, Stefan Rokem J (eds) Biology of methylotrophs. Biotechnology series, vol 18. Butterworth-Heinemann, Boston, pp 25–37 Large PJ (1983) Methylotrophy and methanogenesis. Physiology and biochemistry of methylotrophic yeasts.

Author: John F.T. Spencer

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783662033708

Category: Science

Page: 382

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A Guide to the World of the Yeasts J. F. T. Spencer and D. M. Spencert As the well-known authority on yeasts, the late Professor Rose, frequently pointed out, it is impossible for one person to present, in a single volume, the details of the life, composiotion, habitats, relationships, and actual and potential uses to man kind of the 500 (at last count) known species of yeasts. This book confirms the truth of this statement. However, our aim is actually more modest than that, and this book is an attempt to introduce the general reader, and possibly some inter ested specialists, to the lives of the yeasts in their natural and more artificial habitats, their use by human beings, and to give some idea of the wonderfully complex activities within the yeast cell, the characteristics of the metabolism and molecular biology of yeasts, and the applications of these characteristics to life in the present-dayworld ofhuman existence. The book proceeds from a brief chapter on what is and is not known of the origins and early history of the yeasts, through a description of their classification, relationships, habitats and general life style, their external morphology and internal structures and mechanisms within their cells, the regulatory mechanisms controlling processes such as signal transmis sion, mating, cell fusion, and many others.
2013-03-09 By John F.T. Spencer

Large, J. L., Methylotrophy and methanogenesis, in Aspects of Microbiology, Vol. 8 (J. A. Cole et al., eds.), ASM Publications, Washington, D.C., 1983, pp. 11–24. 1. Leuschner, A. P., Trantolo, D. J., Kern, E. E.,

Author: Wise

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351463812

Category: Science

Page: 764

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Within technical overview sections on such emerging areas as bioprocessing, bioconversion, biosolubilization, biosystems and biocleaning, this handsomely illustrated reference specifically surveys pioneering work in the genetic production of sulfatase enzymes for removing organic sulfur from coal; r
2017-11-22 By Wise