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Preliminary studies on the distribution and characteristics of marine bacteria
Claude Ephraim ZoBell
|Statement||by Claude E. ZoBell and Catharine B. Feltham ...|
|Series||Bulletin of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography of the University of California, La Jolla, California. Technical series,, v. 3, no. 12, Bulletin of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla, California, v. 3, no. 12.|
|Contributions||Feltham, Catharine Burnett, Mrs., 1885- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QH95 .C3 vol. 3, no. 12|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., p. 279-295 incl. tables, diagrs.|
|Number of Pages||295|
|LC Control Number||a 34002991|
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[Claude E ZoBell; Catharine Burnett Feltham, Mrs.]. H.W. Ducklow, in Encyclopedia of Ocean Sciences (Second Edition), Introduction. Marine bacteria, unicellular prokaryotic plankton usually less than –1 μm in their longest dimension, are the smallest autonomous organisms in the sea – or perhaps in the biosphere.
The nature of their roles in marine food webs and the difficulty of studying them both stem from Preliminary studies on the distribution and characteristics of marine bacteria book small size. During the past two decades research on marine bacteria has highlighted the tremendous potential of these microorganisms as a source of new bioactive secondary metabolites and it is reported that most of the marine bacterial pigments exhibited antimicrobial activity.
In the present study, Pigmented marine bacteria were isolated from water samples collected from Marina beach (Chennai. In the case of marine bacteria, up to 70% of them are thought to have a distribution of tumbling angles peaked around • instead .
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While the presence of microplastics in ecosystems has been reported in the scientific literature since the ’s, many pressing. Some marine bacteria can pass a μm polycarbonate membrane, however they can not pass a μm cellulose ester membrane due to its open-celled, foam-like structure.
Reference. Marine microorganisms are defined by their habitat as the microorganisms living in a marine environment, that is, in the saltwater of a sea or ocean or the brackish water of a coastal estuary.A microorganism (or microbe or microbial) is any microscopic living organism, that is, any life form too small for the naked human eye to really see, needing Preliminary studies on the distribution and characteristics of marine bacteria book microorganisms: Viruses, Prokaryotes, Bacteria.
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Gram-negative marine bacteria can thrive in harsh oceanic conditions, partly because of the structural diversity of the cell wall and its components, particularly lipopolysaccharide (LPS).
LPS is composed of three main parts, an O-antigen, lipid A, and a core region, all of which display immense structural variations among different bacterial Cited by: Marine bacteria are an important and relatively unexplored resource for novel microbial products.
In this review, we discuss a number of issues relevant to the industrial potential of marine microorganisms including how marine and terrestrial bacteria differ, both physiologically and taxonomically, and what constitute reasonable expectations of the biosynthetic capabilities of marine Cited by: 2.
Exploring the Under-Explored–Marine Microorganisms as a Source of New Drugs. In the past, it was presumed that the marine environment was a “desert” with scarcity of life forms .However, it is now clear that the oceans are thriving with tremendous diversity of living microorganisms, with cell counts of 10 6 –10 9 cells per milliliter [7,8] and levels of species diversity and Cited by: A number of studies have confirmed that members of the genus Pseudoalteromonas can be isolated from almost any marine sample, such as seawater (several Pseudoalteromonas species), deep sea sediment (Teske et al, ) and sea ice (Bowman et al, ), as well as from a large number of different eukaryotic hosts including macro algae (Egan et al Cited by: The Spatial Distribution of Marine Bacteria Janu 1 Results Figure 1: Global patterns of genus richness.
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Studies on marine microorganisms are facing some expected but also unexpected problems. First. The ocean covers 71% of the surface of the earth and has great depth. Marine environment is thought to be completely different from terrestrial environment.
It is obvious that the marine environment and various extreme habitats (a hydrothermal vent, cold seeps etc.) are huge resources of hitherto unknown and uncultivated bacteria which produce new. Early studies of bioactive compounds from marine bacteria In the past decades, many studies were carried out to understand the diversity of true marine bacteria in their natural marine environment (Jensen and Fenical, ).
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Powerful new tools, especially in molecular biology, remote sending and deep-sea exploration, have led to astonishing discoveries of the abundance and Reviews: 1. Marine bacterium has been recognized as important antimicrobial substances producers which have an exceedingly bright future in the discovery of life saving drugs.
Wet soil samples were collected from marine resource for the isolation of bacteria. 4 bacterias of Pseudomonas were isolated based on their morphological and structural characteristics.
Marine environment as a new source for bioactive metabolites 4 Marine secondary metabolites with interesting activities 7 Marine bacteria as a source for natural products 10 Newly described metabolites from marine bacteria 12 Marine metabolites from North Sea bacteria 15 Aim of the present study 17 : Vom Fachbereich Biologie, Doktor der Naturwissenschaften.
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In the s, genetic diversity of the marine phage and eukaryotic viruses and their importance in the ecology of the marine plankton community were known. Further studies demonstrated the contribution of viruses and protists to the global biogeochemical cycling arising from the lysis of planktonFile Size: KB.
Cemeteries are among the chief anthropogenic sources of pollution and contamination of water in urban areas and beyond them (Silva et al. ).Many researchers are convinced that all cemeteries represent potential threats to the environment (Rodrigues & Pacheco ; Dent ).In the process of decomposition of a human body, – litres of leachate with a density of gcm −3 is Cited by: Classification of Marine Species C O A S TA L A N D M A R I N E L I F E: G E N E R A L: C L A S S I F I C AT I O N Scientists classify living things, or organisms into groups called kingdoms.
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