By Johannes F. Imhoff (auth.), Robert E. Blankenship, Michael T. Madigan, Carl E. Bauer (eds.)
Anoxygenic Photosynthetic Bacteria is a finished quantity describing all facets of non-oxygen-evolving photosynthetic micro organism. The sixty two chapters are prepared into subject matters of: Taxonomy, body structure and ecology; Molecular constitution of pigments and cofactors; Membrane and phone wall constitution: Antenna constitution and serve as; response middle constitution and electron/proton pathways; Cyclic electron move; Metabolic strategies; Genetics; legislation of gene expression, and functions. The chapters have all been written by means of top specialists and found in element the present knowing of those flexible microorganisms.
The publication is meant to be used through complex undergraduate and graduate scholars and senior researchers within the parts of microbiology, genetics, biochemistry, biophysics and biotechnology.
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5 IV. Description of the Groups A. , 1985). They are characterized by non-motile, spherical, ovoid or vibrio shaped cells. All species lack flagella; some have gas vesicles. Only Chloroherpeton thalassium is motile by gliding and in addition forms gas vesicles; a further difference from all other species of this group is the carotenoid composition, with as major component. , 1985). Some properties of the green sulfur bacteria are shown in Table 3. We distinguish green and brown species of green sulfur bacteria.
Euryhalinus and Rb. sulfidophilus have been transferred to the new genus Rhodovulum with Rhodovulum sulfidophilum as type species (Hiraishi and Ueda, 1994a). Rhodopseudomonas rosea has been transferred to the new genus Rhodoplanes, as Rhodoplanes roseus and was designated as the type species of this genus (Hiraishi and Ueda, 1994b). In addition, a new species of this genus, Rhodoplanes elegans has been described (Hiraishi and Ueda, 1994b). References Adkins JP, Madigan MT, Mandelco L, Woese CR and Tanner RS (1993) Arhodomonas aquaeolei gen.
These species depend on strictly anaerobic conditions and are obligatory phototrophic. Sulfide is required; thiosulfate and hydrogen are not used as electron donors. Only acetate and pyruvate (or propionate) are photoassimilated in the presence of sulfide and They do not grow with organic electron donors and chemotrophic growth is not possible. None of these species assimilates sulfate as a sulfur source. The versatile species photoassimilate a greater number of organic substrates and also grow in the absence of reduced sulfur sources with organic substrates as electron donors for photosynthesis.
Anoxygenic Photosynthetic Bacteria by Johannes F. Imhoff (auth.), Robert E. Blankenship, Michael T. Madigan, Carl E. Bauer (eds.)