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We are such a lot gratified by way of the reaction to the initiation of this sequence of volumes featuring fresh advancements and new recommendations in microbial ecology. Favorable reactions were expressed in either oral and written communique, and advert­ vances in Microbial Ecology therefore seems supplying a valuable outlet in a swiftly growing to be box of microbiology and environmental sciences. The growing to be significance of microbial ecology is clear in lots of methods. Uni­ versity body of workers are increasing their courses and lengthening the variety of learn themes and courses. giant numbers of commercial scientists have likewise entered this box as they think about the microbial transformation of chemical substances in waters and soils and the consequences of man-made compounds on usual microbial groups. Agricultural, clinical, dental, and veterinary practitioners and scientists have additionally been expanding their job in microbial ecology as a result of value of the self-discipline to their very own professions. moreover, govern­ psychological organizations have improved regulatory and study actions enthusiastic about microbial ecology as a result of the significance of data and rules fo­ cused at the interactions among microorganisms in nature and specific en­ vironmental stresses.

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Limnetica, Oren, Padan, and Malkin (1978, unpublished data) showed that sulfIde inhibits electron transport from water to photo system II. The anoxygenic photosynthetic property operating with photo system I allows for greater sulfide tolerance and thus confers a selective advantage over the nonanoxygenic photosynthetic cyanobacteria in sulfide-rich habitats. This is true even for facultatively anoxygenic photosynthesizing cyanobacteria strains which cannot grow under purely anaerobic conditions.

22:635-656. , Sistrom, W. , and Stanier, R. , 1957, Kinetic studies of pigment synthesis by non-sulfur purple bacteria, J. Cell. Compo Physiol. 49:25-68. Cramer, W. , 1977, Photosynthetic cytochromes, Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. 28:133-142. Culver, D. , and Brunskill, G. , 1969, Fayetteville Green Lake, New York. V. Studies of primary production and zooplankton in a meromictic marl lake, Limnol. Oceanogr. 14:862-873. , 1940/1941. Schwefelwasserstoff als 6kologischer Faktor der Algen, Zentralbl. Bakteriol.

Lm) with the respective reaction media until no bacteria could be detected microscopically. LM) and 703-nm light. bCastenholtz (1976, 1977); tested field samples of almost pure cyanobacteria as judged microscopically and from pigment composition and inhibitor sensitivity. LM). Results were recorded as percent of cpm of non-DCMU nonsulfide controls and as such are qualitative. C From Solar Lake (Israel). dR. Y. Stainier culture collection. eFrom hot sulfur springs, New Zealand (Castenholtz, 1976).

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