Micro-organisms and Earth Systems (Society for General Microbiology Symposia)

Micro-organisms and earth systems--advances in geomicrobiology [2005]

Biofilms and metal geochemistry: Minerals, mats, pearls and veils: Soil micro-organisms in Antarctic dry valleys: New insights into bacterial cell-wall structure and physico-chemistry: Horizontal gene transfer of metal homeostasis genes and its role in microbial communities of the deep terrestrial subsurfaces J.

Metabolic diversity in the microbial world: Biogeochemical cycling in polar, temperate and tropical coastal zones: Fungal roles and function in rock, mineral and soil transformations G. The deep intraterrestrial biosphere K. Iron, nitrogen, phosphorus and zinc cycling and consequences for primary productivity in the oceans J. Mechanisms and environmental impact of microbial metal reduction J. New insights into the physiology and regulation of the anaerobic oxidation of methane M.

Biogeochemical roles of fungi in marine and estuarine habitats N. Role of micro-organisms in karstification P.

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Relevance Title Sorted by Date. Check if you have access via personal or institutional login. Log in Register Recommend to librarian. The true extent of prokaryote diversity, encompassing the spectrum of variability among bacteria, remains unknown. Current research efforts focus on understanding why prokaryote diversification occurs, its underlying mechanisms, and its likely impact. The dynamic nature of the prokaryotic world, and continuing advances in the technological tools available make this an important area and hence this book will appeal to a wide variety of microbiologists.

Its coverage ranges from studies of prokaryotes in specialized environmental niches to broad examinations of prokaryote evolution and diversity, and the mechanisms underlying them. There is growing awareness that important environmental transformations are catalysed, mediated and influenced by microorganisms, and geomicrobiology can be defined as the influence of microorganisms on geologic processes.

This is probably the most rapidly growing area of microbiology at present, combining environmental and molecular microbiology together with significant areas of mineralogy, geochemistry and hydrology.

This volume focuses on the function of microorganisms in the environment and their influence on 'global' processes.