A new obligately
chemolitho autotrophic, nitrite-oxidizing bacterium, Nitrospira moscoviensis sp.nov.
Although clonal reproduction is expected to be reproductively advantageous (Maynard-Smith 1978; Bell 1982), obligately
asexual organisms are short-lived on geologic time scales and have been regarded as evolutionary dead ends (Bell 1982; Lorenzo-Carballa et al.
The genome of the obligately
intracellular bacterium Ehrlichia canis reveals themes of complex membrane structure and immune evasion strategies.
Evolutionary impacts of hybridization and interspecific gene flow on an obligately
nov., an obligately
anaerobic species from wastewater of a paper mill.
intracellular Rickettsia spp., typically transmitted by ticks, cause a multitude of mild to severe rickettsial diseases in humans and other animals.
Under the obligately
anaerobic conditions, QMA with four methyl moieties serves as an excellent substrate for methane production through methanogenesis pathways.
acidophilus is an obligately
homofermentative bacteria (produces lactic acid as main metabolic product) while L.
They are obligately
dependent on the fungi they grow, though displaying great variation in their ecology (Mehdiabadi & Schultz 2010).
Given that tau hyperphosphorylation precedes aggregation, and tau aggregates are obligately
phosphorylated in AD brain, phosphorylation has been suggested as a primary trigger for tau aggregation.
When a hypolimnion remains anoxic, obligately
anaerobic prokaryotic populations, including Archaeal methanogens, presumably increase, but a lake that never has an oxygenated hypolimnion due to salt-induced stratification likely produces more methane because conditions that favor methanogen growth are persistent.
Individual variation in feeding habitat use by adult female green sea turtles (Chelonia mydas): are they obligately