2 edition of Halophilic microorganisms and their environments found in the catalog.
Halophilic microorganisms and their environments
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||by Aharon Oren.|
|Series||Cellular origin and life in extreme habitats -- v. 5.|
|LC Classifications||QR97.S3 O74 2002, QR97.S3 O74 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 575 p. :|
|Number of Pages||575|
|LC Control Number||2002029692|
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In the previous books we covered aspects of enigmatic microorganisms, microbial diversity, astrobiology, and symbiosis, so this book on halophilic microbes adds a fitting link to the rest of series' books.
Since ancient times hypersaline habitats have been considered extreme environments, and some were thought not to sustain life at all. Halophilic Microorganisms and their Environments Volume 5 of Cellular Origin, Life in Extreme Habitats and Astrobiology, ISSN Author: Aharon Oren: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media, ISBN:.
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Title. The latter was proven by the isolation of viable halophilic Archaea from several subsurface salt deposits of Permo-Triassic age. If halophilic prokaryotes on Earth can remain in viable states for long periods of time, then it is reasonable to consider, under similar extraterrestrial environments, the existence of extraterrestrial organisms.
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Free shipping for many products. This book highlights current genetics and genomics research on halophilic Archaea and Bacteria and their viruses to provide a timely overview. Topics include: ecology and evolution of Haloquadratum walsbyi; microdiversity of Salinibacter ruber; horizontal gene transfer in halobacteria; comparative genomics of haloarchaeal viruses; and much more.
Despite their evolutionary significance, little is known about the mechanisms of osmoadaptation by microorganisms that comprise living stromatolites thriving in hypersaline environments.
Pris: kr. Inbunden, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp Halophilic Microorganisms and their Environments av Aharon Oren på "The origin of this book is an international meeting held on halophilic microorganisms, organized in Seville, Spain, in In 22 chapters contributed by more than authors, each a specialist in his field, numerous facets of the biology of these extremophilic organisms are dealt with.
this book is a must for every researcher Author: Antonio Ventosa. 12 Halophilic Microorganisms Archaea contain an excess of acidic amino acids over basic residues .
This leads to a predominance of charged amino acids on the surface of enzymes and ribosomes which is thought to stabilize the hydration shell of the molecule when in high ionic Size: KB. Halophilic environment known exert high osmotic pressure on the microorganisms, we have isolated the Halophilic bacteria from the western coastal region of India, A moderately halophilic, motile Author: Antonio Ventosa.
Introduction. Saltern evaporation and crystallizer ponds are perfect field laboratories and model systems for the study of halophilic microorganisms: halotolerant algae and cyanobacteria, moderately halophilic heterotrophic bacteria, and extremely halophilic Archaea and : Aharon Oren.
The world of halophilic microorganisms is highly diverse. Microbes adapted to life at high salt concentrations are found in all three domains of life: Archaea, Bacteria, and some ecosystems salt-loving microorganisms live in such large numbers that their presence can be recognized without the need for a by: Model Ecosystems in Extreme Environments, Second Edition examines ecosystems at the most extreme habitats and their interaction with the environment, providing a key element in our understanding of the role and function of microorganisms in nature.
The book highlights current topics in the field, such as biodiversity and the structure of. Oren A. Halophilic Microorganisms and their Environments. Dordrecht: Kluwer Scientific Publishers; [Google Scholar] Oren A.
Life at high salt concentrations. In: Dworkin M, Falkow S, Rosenberg E, Schleifer K-H, Stackebrandt E, editor. The Prokaryotes A Handbook on the Biology of Bacteria: Ecophysiology and Biochemistry.
Vol. by: This book, intended for researchers and students in the fields of microbiology, biochemistry, and biogeochemistry, details the biology and biogeochemistry of various halophilic microorganisms that live in high density saline environments worldwide.
These organisms are especially important to biodegr. I here present a brief obituary with special emphasis on Prof. Trüper’s contributions to our understanding of the halophilic prokaryotes and their adaptations to life in hypersaline environments.
He has pioneered the study of the halophilic anoxygenic phototrophic sulfur bacteria of the Ectothiorhodospira—Halorhodospira group. Some of the. Halophilic microorganisms are found in all domains of life and thrive in hypersaline (high salt content) environments.
These unusual microbes have been a subject of study for many years due to their interesting properties and physiology. Study of the genetics of halophilic microorganisms [ ] Read more.
environments and halophilic microorganisms]. Madern D., Ebel C. and Zaccai G. Halophilic adaptation of enzymes. Extremophiles 4, [This is a review concerning the effects of salt on the activity, solubility and stability of halophilic enzymes].
Margesin R. and Schinner F. Potential of halotolerant and halophilic File Size: KB. High salt environments are inhabited by diverse halophilic and/or halotolerant microorganisms belonging to all three domains of life: Archaea, Bacteria, and Eukarya. Many halophilic microorganisms are 'polyextremophiles', able to thrive in environments stressed not only by high salt concentrations but also by extremes of pH, temperature, or : Aharon Oren.
These microorganisms inhabit the worlds most saline environments, like hypersaline lake, solar saltern, evaporation pond, salt flats and tidal marine environments. Halophilic bacteria have the capacity to balance the osmotic pressure of the environment and resist the denaturing effects of salts.
On the basis of their halotolerance or optimum salt. Hypersaline environments are the principal habitats of petroleum deposition. They are also of intense evolutionary and ecological interest. This book presents a cross-disciplinary examination of the variety of halophilic microorganisms and their roles in modifying the Brand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
According to Oren et al. () 56 halophilic microorganisms play a major role in the biodegradation of pollutants in hypersaline environments. The potential of two halophilic fermentative bacteria, H.
praevalens and O. marismortui, to biodegrade substituted aromatic compounds including nitrobenzene, o-nitrophenol, m-nitrophenol, p-nitrophenol. Advances in Understanding the Biology of Halophilic Microorganisms Aharon Oren (auth.), Russell H. Vreeland (eds.) This book is designed to be a long term career reference.
The chapters present modern procedures. This is a how-to-book with a difference. These chapters: saline deserts and terminal hypersaline environments. This need for salt. and enrichment of halophilic actinobacteria from saline environments. The ingredients in this medium which are support the growth of halophilic actinobacteria were (Starch m15 g, Glucose 5 g, Yeast extract 5 g, Agar 20 g and artificial seawater ml pH ).
Media were composed of inorganic salts corresponding i n proportions to theAuthor: Manal Jameel Kiki, Saudi Arabia. Data set. A set of 15 halophilic enzymes, 9 of which from "extreme" halophiles and 6 from "halotolerant" organisms, was collected along with their non-halophilic structural homologues (Table 1).Among the halophilic enzymes, 8 come from Archaea that adopt the "salt-in" strategy (SALTIN), and 7 from Eubacteria that adopt the "osmolytes" strategy (OSMOL).Cited by: halophilic microorganisms and their economic values in different fields ranging from industry (food and pharmaceutical) to agriculture.
HALOPHILIC MICROORGANISMS Saline and hypersaline environments are widely distributed throughout the world either salt lakes (The Dead Sea, The Great Salt Lakes etc.) or salt mines. Besides thermophiles,hyperthermophiles,alkaliphiles,acidophiles or p- chrophiles,one of the most interesting groups of extremophiles is costituted by the halophilic organisms require high levels of salt to grow and are common inhabitants of hypersaline environments, such as lakes,salterns or saline book is.
From the reviews: "The origin of this book is an international meeting held on halophilic microorganisms, organized in Seville, Spain, in In 22 chapters contributed by more than authors, each a specialist in his field, numerous facets of the biology of these extremophilic organisms.
are dealt with!. this book is a must for every. Hypersaline environments are those with salt concentrations 9–10 times higher (30–35% of NaCl) than sea water (% of NaCl). At high concentrations of soluble salts, cytoplasm—mainly of bacteria and archaea—is exposed to high ionic strength and achieves osmotic equilibrium by maintaining a cytoplasmic salt concentration similar to that of the surrounding media.
Halophilic enzymes are Author: Luis Alberto Cira-Chávez, Joseph Guevara-Luna, Marisela YadiraSoto-Padilla, Brenda Román-Ponce, Marí. This book complements Halophilic Microorganisms, edited by A. Ventosa and published by Springer-Verlag (), Halophilic Microorganism and their Environments by A.
Oren (), published by Kluwer Academic Publishers as volume 5 of Cellular Origins, Life in Extreme Habitats and Astrobiology (COLE), and Microbiology and Biogeochemistry of.
Both mechanisms allow halophilic microorganisms to proliferate even in saturated salt solutions of varying salt composition, but the osmolyte strategy allows a more flexible adaptation to environments with changing salt concentrations.
halophilic microorganisms have advantage over their non-halophilic counterparts due to their ability to maintain their stability and catalytic properties at high salt concentrations [13, 14, 15].
Additionally, the halobacteria are reported to produce bacteriorrhodopsin, bioplastics, and various enzymes [16, 17] their potential applications. A book for anyone interested in halophilic bacteriaThe Biology of Halophilic Bacteria presents detailed information regarding methods for working with halophilic bacteria.
Helpful hints for performing various tests and assays in high salts are given, and information about data presentation and analysis is provided as well. The book will be useful to molecular biologists, biochemists 5/5(1). Extreme halophilic microorganisms, such as the red alga Dunaliella salina and the archaeal species Halobacterium in Figuregrow in hypersaline lakes such as the Great Salt Lake, which is –8 times saltier than the ocean, and the Dead Sea, which is 10 times saltier than the ocean.
Halophiles are organisms that need salt in their environment to live. Halophiles live in evaporation ponds or salt lakes such as Great Salt Lake, Owens Lake, or Dead Sea.
The name "halophile" comes from Greek for "salt-loving". Most halophiles are archaeans, but some bacteria and eukaryotes are also halophiles, such as the alga Dunaliella salina.
Oren A (a) Halophilic microorganisms and their environments: Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Netherlands, pp [ Links ] Oren A (b) Diversity of halophilic microorganisms: environments, phylogeny, physiology, and applications.
J Ind Microbiol Biotechnol [ Links ]. Published: May (book); April (ebook). Pages: xii + Book: ISBN £, $ Ebook: ISBN £, $ Published by: Caister Academic Press Extreme halophilic environments, including salt lakes and springs, seawater evaporation facilities for the.
Physiology and Biochemistry of Extremophiles presents the most comprehensive survey of these fascinating microorganisms. Because of their capacity to live and thrive in harsh environments, extremophiles are believed to have played a significant role in shaping all life on Earth and may hold the keys to the search for extra-terrestrial life.halophile (hăl′ə-fīl′) n.
An organism that requires a saline environment. hal′ophil′ic (-fĭl′ĭk), haloph′ilous (hă-lŏf′ə-ləs) adj. halophile (ˈhæləʊˌfaɪl) n (Biology) an organism that thrives in an extremely salty environment, such as the Dead Sea ˌhaloˈphilic, haˈlophilous adj hal•o•phile (ˈhæl əˌfaɪl.