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Related to Nitrosomonas: Nitrobacter
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Noun1.Nitrosomonas - ellipsoidal soil bacteria
bacteria genus - a genus of bacteria
family Nitrobacteriaceae, Nitrobacteriaceae - usually rod-shaped bacteria that oxidize ammonia or nitrites: nitrobacteria
nitrosobacteria, nitrous bacteria - soil bacteria that oxidize ammonia to nitrites
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AOBiome's candidate is a first-in-class, topical formulation of a single strain of beneficial AOB, Nitrosomonas eutropha.
Neem-coated urca can retard the activity of bacteria such as Nitrobacter and Nitrosomonas in soil, resulting in the delayed conversion of ammoniacal N into nitrite N (Kiran and Patra 2003).
Bacillus was the only bacterial genus recorded in all the seasons from ejecta while Azotobater, Bartonella, Nitrosomonas and Sallmonella were recorded once a year.
Yuan, Effect of Free Ammonia and Free Nitrous Acid Concentration on the Anabolic and Catabolic Processes of an Enriched Nitrosomonas Culture, Biotechnol Bioeng.
The two most common species of nitrifying bacteria are Nitrosomonas sp.
A comparison of NO and N2O production by the autotrophic nitrifier Nitrosomonas europaea and the heterotrophic nitrifier Alcaligenes faecalis.
Normalmente, no cultivo de peixes em sistemas intensivos, ocorre elevada concentracao de nitritos, devido a transformacao que acontece por meio da atuacao de bacterias do genero Nitrosomonas, da amonia livre em nitritos (Kubitza, 2000).
Higher loads of organic matter in the tanks with more fish produced more TAN, which is the substrate used by Nitrosomonas to release nitrite to water (Chen, Ling, & Blancheton, 2006).
Moreover, it is also providing shelter to many pests of crops as well as produces carbon dioxide which can intervene nitrogen fixation by Azotobacter and Nitrosomonas present adjunct to plants thus, has detrimental effect on the fertility of soil.