The species AOB, Nitrococcus mobilis, is reported only in marine environments and is an obligate halophile
. It oxidizes nitrite to nitrate (HNO2 + H2O to HNO3) and has been reported at lower concentrations than other nitrification bacteria (e.g.
If an organism is halophile
, what type of conditions can it tolerate?
nov., a moderate halophile
able to degrade aromatic compounds," International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, vol.
The dataset in Pedotransfer Rule 21 for soil organic carbon (C; Cultivated, HG; Halophile
Grassland, MG; Managed Grassland, Nl; No Information, SN; Semi-natural); (a) soil map; (b) accumulated mean temperature; and (c) regrouped land use class.
this cDNA fragment (approximately 500 bp) have an amino acid sequence with 85% homology to the Salt Overly Sensitive 1 (SOS1) gene of the glycophyte Arabidopsis thaliana (access number, AF256224) (SHI et al., 2000) (Figure 1) and 81% homology to Pisum sativum, Thellungiella halophile
, and Brassica napus.
This happens for example with "halophile
" (Golubic, 1980; Edbeib & al., 2016).
TSCPVG, a moderate halophile
, had the highest activity retained at 60[degrees]C whereas 83% of activity retained at 55[degrees]C and 61% of activity retained at 50[degrees]C, respectively .
Nieto, 2000.Production and biochemical characterization of an a-amylase from the moderate halophile
Photosynthesis and pigments influenced by light intensity and salinity in the halophile
Dunaliella salina (Chlorophyla).
Professor Michael Blaber and his team produced data supporting the idea that 10 amino acids believed to exist on Earth around 4 billion years ago were capable of forming foldable proteins in a high-salt (halophile
Brdndza) and by the halophile
plant: Obione verrucifera, Salsola soda.
Materials required: for each group of 2-4 students, one envelope with labeled pictures (readily downloaded from the Internet) of the following organisms: cyanobacteria, Gram-positive bacteria, methanogen, halophile
, thermophile, ciliate, flagellate, conifer, angiosperm, mushroom, mold, mammal, and arthropod.