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Surface enhancement of sporulation and manganese oxidation by a marine bacillus

Journal of Bacteriology

Aug 1, 1982

P E Kepkay, K H Nealson

PMID: 6284699

Abstract

In a seawater medium containing 0.005% yeast extract and 0.005% peptone, a marine bacillus, SG-1, sporulated only when associated with solid surfaces. The spores (rather than the vegetative cells) were responsible for the oxidation of manganese, and the degree of sporulation was determi...read more

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Halloysite
Manganese
Sporulation
Spores, Bacterial
Reproduction Spores
Oxidation
Silica Measurement
Plant spore
sperm ganglioside 1
Oxidation-Reduction
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Surface enhancement of sporulation and manganese oxidation by a marine bacillus

Journal of Bacteriology

Aug 1, 1982

P E Kepkay, K H Nealson

PMID: 6284699

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Abstract

In a seawater medium containing 0.005% yeast extract and 0.005% peptone, a marine bacillus, SG-1, sporulated only when associated with solid surfaces. The spores (rather than the vegetative cells) were responsible for the oxidation of manganese, and the degree of sporulation was determi...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Halloysite
Manganese
Sporulation
Spores, Bacterial
Reproduction Spores
Oxidation
Silica Measurement
Plant spore
sperm ganglioside 1
Oxidation-Reduction

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