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The sulphate-reducing bacteria

by Postgate, J. R.

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge [Cambridgeshire], New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sulphur bacteria

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJ.R. Postgate.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQR92.S8 P67 1984
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 208 p. :
    Number of Pages208
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3173050M
    ISBN 100521257913
    LC Control Number83015307

    How Can I Prevent Sulfate Reducing Bacteria? Keeping your surfaces clean is the best defense against SRB, Clostridium, or any other anaerobic bacteria because without deposits to hide under, these bacteria are kept in check by the oxygen-rich water in your cooling tower. In general, when the depth of the deposit in your cooling tower exceeds ½.   The ambivalent relations of sulfate-reducing bacteria to molecular O 2 have been studied with ten freshwater and marine strains. Generally, O 2 was reduced prior to sulfur compounds and suppressed the reduction of sulfate, sulfite or thiosulfate to sulfide. Three strains slowly formed sulfide at O 2 concentrations of below 15 μM (6% air saturation). In homogeneously aerated cultures, two out Cited by:

    Strategies for the control of sulfate-reducing bacteria (SRB) in the oil industry involve the use of high concentrations of biocides, but these may induce bacterial resistance and/or be harmful to public health and the environment. Essential oils (EO) produced by plants inhibit the growth of different microorganisms and are a possible alternative for controlling by: 2.   Reservoir souring is a case in point. This process is caused by the activity of sulphate-reducing bacteria (SRB) in oil reservoirs. These bacteria ‘breathe’ sulphates in the water and ‘exhale’ hydrogen sulphide (H 2 S), a highly toxic and corrosive compound.

    Sulphate-reducing bacteria and their role in corrosion of ferrous materials: Iwona B. Beech and Jan A. Sunner 17 Anaerobic metabolism of nitroaromatic compounds and bioremediation of explosives by sulphate-reducing bacteria: Raj Boopathy 18 Sulphate-reducing bacteria and . Biogenic souring refers to the production of sulfide by sulfate reducing bacteria (SRB). SRB chemically reduce the compound sulfate, a common water component, to sulfide and hydrogen sulfide, extremely hazardous and corrosive compounds. FeS Formation.


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Cambridge Core - Microbiology and Immunology - Sulphate-Reducing Bacteria - edited by Larry L. Barton. The enzyme dissimilatory (bi)sulfite reductase, dsrAB (EC ), that catalyzes the last step of dissimilatory sulfate reduction, is the functional gene most used as a molecular marker to detect the presence of sulfate-reducing microorganisms.

Phylogeny. The sulfate-reducing microorganisms have been treated as a phenotypic group, together with the other sulfur-reducing bacteria, for.

M.B. Goldhaber, in Treatise on Geochemistry, Ecology of Sulfate-reducing Bacteria. The impact of sulfate-reducing bacteria (SRB) on marine sediments can be extensive.

In organic-rich sediments, large quantities of reactant organic matter are consumed and dissolved products produced (Equation (1)).The impact of SRB metabolic activities can modify the overall geochemistry of the.

The sulphate-reducing bacteria (SRB) are a large group of anaerobic organisms that play an important role in many biogeochemical processes. Not only are they of early origins in the development of the biosphere, but their mechanisms of energy metabolism shed light on the limits of life processes in the absence of oxygen.3/5(1).

The sulphate-reducing bacteria (SRB) are a large group of anaerobic organisms that play an important role in many biogeochemical processes. Not only are they of early origins in the development of the biosphere, but their mechanisms of energy metabolism shed light on the limits of life processes in the absence of oxygen.

They are widely distributed in nature, and are regular components of. Camacho, in Encyclopedia of Inland Waters, Sulfate and sulfur reduction. Oxidized sulfur compounds can be used as terminal electron acceptor for the anaerobic respiration of organic matter by sulfate- and sulfur-reducing bacteria producing hydrogen sulfide (H 2 S).

These bacteria are commonly heterotrophic, obtaining organic matter from external sources, although some strains can be. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Sulphate Reducing Bacteria by John R.

Postgate (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. INTRODUCTION. Sulphate-reducing bacteria (SRB) are those prokaryotic microorganisms, both bacteria and archaea, that can use sulphate as the terminal electron acceptor in their energy metabolism, i.e.

that are capable of dissimilatory sulphate reduction. @article{osti_, title = {The sulphate-reducing bacteria}, author = {Postgate, J R}, abstractNote = {This monograph surveys knowledge about an unusual and little-studied group of microbes, bringing together information that has hitherto been widely scattered throughout the scientific literature.

The sulphate-reducing bacteria cannot grow in air; they respire sulphates instead of oxygen. In this well-illustrated reference, contributors summarize current research on sulfate-reducing bacteria and examine their relationship to biotechnology processes.

This approach enables researchers to identify and define appropriate questions for Pages: The Sulphate-Reducing Bacteria by J. Postgate and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Sulfate-reducing bacteria (SRB) form one group of sulfate reducing genus is Desulfovibrio.

Desulfovibrio desulfuricans is often used to immobilize dissolved heavy metals as metallic sulfides. Beijerinck showed in that living matter could reduce sulphate to sulphide in sediments under anaerobic conditions.

Although many bacteria can produce sulphide, only a few do so at a. Keywords: Sulphate-reducing bacteria, cu lture media, pure culture, corrosion, lactic acid Introduction Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion (MIC) i n one of the main concern in.

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The sulphate-reducing bacteria from mice with colitis also had a slightly higher generation time ( h) and exponential growth phase ( h) compared with cultures from healthy mice.

The Sulphate-Reducing Bacteria 2nd Edition by J. Postgate (Author) › Visit Amazon's J. Postgate Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central. J Cited by: In this well-illustrated reference, contributors summarize current research on sulfate-reducing bacteria and examine their relationship to biotechnology processes.

This approach enables researchers to identify and define appropriate questions for future research. Chapters examine the. Sulfate Reducing Bacteria. Sulfate reducing bacteria are responsible for significant corrosion of equipment. The two most common species of these bacteria, known scientifically as Desulfovibrio desulfuricans or Desulfotomaculum nigrificans, can be the cause of severe pitting corrosion – even on stainless steel components.

Metabolic Flexibility of Desulfotomaculum Cluster IH. Members of the Gram-positive Desulfotomaculum cluster I are commonly considered as regular sulfate-reducing bacteria.

However, in the last decade new representatives have been isolated that lack the ability of sulfate reduction, all phylogenetically grouping in Desulfotomaculum cluster Ih.

These representatives are isolated from Cited by:   Sulfate-reducing bacteria are considered as a possible way to deal with acid mine waters that are produced by other bacteria. SRB are capable of causing severe corrosion of iron material in a water system because they produce enzymes which have the power to accelerate the reduction of sulphate compounds to the corrosive hydrogen sulphide, thus.

Sulphate-reducing bacteria have a key role in the sulphur cycle. They use sulphate (SO 4 2−) as a terminal electron acceptor in the degradation of organic matter, which results in the production.

In vitro effects of mucin fermentation on the growth of human colonic sulphate-reducing bacteria. Anaerobe. ; 2 (2)– Gibson GR, Cummings JH, Macfarlane GT. Use of a three-stage continuous culture system to study the effect of mucin on dissimilatory sulfate reduction and methanogenesis by mixed populations of human gut by: The sulphate-reducing bacteria (SRB) are a large group of anaerobic organisms that play an important role in many biogeochemical processes.

Not only are they of early origins in the development of the biosphere, but their mechanisms of energy metabolism shed light on the limits of life processes in the absence of : $