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Revealing the uncultivated majority: combining DNA stable-isotope probing, multiple displacement amplification and metagenomic analyses of uncultivated Methylocystis in acidic peatlands. Conrad, R. Jones New York: Plenum Press , — Cuhel, J. Insights into the effect of soil pH on N 2 O and N 2 emissions and denitrifier community size and activity.

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Dalal, R. Greenhouse gas fluxes from natural ecosystems. Davidson, E. Rogers and W.

Dedysh, S. Methanotrophic bacteria of acidic Sphagnum peat bogs. Microbiology 71, — Exploring methanotroph diversity in acidic northern wetlands: molecular and cultivation-based studies. Microbiology 78, — Detection and enumeration of methanotrophs in acidic Sphagnum peat by 16S rRNA fluorescence in situ hybridization, including the use of newly developed oligonucleotide probes for Methylocella palustris. Differential detection of type II methanotrophic bacteria in acidic peatlands using newly developed 16S rRNA-targeted fluorescent oligonucleotide probes.

FEMS Microbiol. Methylocella species are facultatively methanotrophic. Effect of methane concentration on the rate of its oxidation by bacteria in Sphagnum peat. Microbiology 66, — Degelmann, D. Different atmospheric methane-oxidizing communities in European Beech and Norway Spruce soils. Denman, K. Dorodnikov, M. Plant-mediated CH 4 transport and contribution of photosynthates to methanogenesis at a boreal mire: a 14C pulse study.

Biogeosciences 8, — Community specific pH response of denitrification: experi-ments with cells extracted from org-anic soils. Drake, H. Intermediary ecosystem metabolism as a main driver of methanogenesis in acidic wetland soil. Drummond, J. Nitrous oxide degradation by cobalamin-dependent methionine synthase: characterization of the reactants and products in the inactivation reaction. Biochemistry 33, — Dunfield, P. Methylocapsa aurea sp. High-affinity methane oxidation by a soil enrichment culture containing a type II methanotroph.

Isolation of a Methylocystis strain containing a novel pmoA-like gene.

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Elberling, B. Ettwig, K. Nitrite-driven anaerobic methane oxidation by oxygenic bacteria. Nature , — Ferry, J.

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Enzymology of one-carbon metabolism in methanogenic pathways. Goldberg, S. Impact of altering the water table height of an acidic fen on N 2 O and NO fluxes and soil concentrations. N 2 O concentration and isotope signature along profiles provide deeper insight into the fate of N 2 O in soils.

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Isotopes Environ. Health Stud. Gore, A. Mires: Swamp, Bog, Fen and Moor.


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New York: Elsevier. Gorham, E. Northern peatlands — role in the carbon-cycle and probable responses to climatic warming. Green, S. Denitrifying bacteria isolated from terrestrial subsurface sediments exposed to mixed-waste contamination. Hadi, A. Greenhouse gas emissions from tropical peatlands of Kalimantan, Indonesia. Hanson, R. Methanotrophic bacteria. Heylen, K. Denitrification in gram-positive bacteria: an underexplored trait. Holtan-Hartwig, L. Comparison of denitrifying communities in organic soils: kinetics of NO 3 - and N 2 O reduction.

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Methanotrophy potential versus methane supply by pore water diffusion in peatlands. Biogeosciences 6, — Inubushi, K. Chemosphere 52, — Ishii, S. Identification and isolation of active N 2 O reducers in rice paddy soil. ISME J. Jauhiainen, J. Carbon fluxes from a tropical peat swamp forest floor.

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Jensen, B. N 2 O as a substrate and as a competitive inhibitor of nitrogenase. Biochemistry 25, — Jones, C. Phylogenetic analysis of nitrite, nitric oxide, and nitrous oxide respiratory enzymes reveal a complex evolutionary history for denitrification.


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Phenotypic and genotypic heterogeneity among closely related soil-borne N 2 - and N 2 O-producing Bacillus isolates harboring the nosZ gene. Kaldorf, M. The reduction of nitrous oxide to dinitrogen by Escherichia coli. Kappelmeyer, U. Model experiments on the influence of artificial humic compounds on chemodenitrification. Water Air Soil Pollut.

Kettunen, A. Methane production and oxidation potentials in relation to water table fluctuations in two boreal mires. Kip, N. Detection, isolation, and characterization of acidophilic methanotrophs from Sphagnum mosses. Global prevalence of methane oxidation by symbiotic bacteria in peat-moss ecosystems. Klemedtsson, L. Soil CN ratio as a scalar parameter to predict nitrous oxide emissions.

Advances in Applied Microbiology: 71 Advances in Applied Microbiology: 71
Advances in Applied Microbiology: 71 Advances in Applied Microbiology: 71
Advances in Applied Microbiology: 71 Advances in Applied Microbiology: 71
Advances in Applied Microbiology: 71 Advances in Applied Microbiology: 71
Advances in Applied Microbiology: 71 Advances in Applied Microbiology: 71
Advances in Applied Microbiology: 71 Advances in Applied Microbiology: 71
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