Barton, Larry L.

Geomicrobiology: Molecular and Environmental Perspective

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Table of contents

1. Chemoautotrophic Origin of Life: The Iron–Sulfur World Hypothesis
Günter Wächtershäuser

2. Evolution of Metabolic Pathways and Evolution of Genomes
Giovanni Emiliani, Marco Fondi, Pietro Liò, Renato Fani

3. Novel Cultivation Strategies for Environmentally Important Microorganisms
Jörg Overmann

4. Environmental Proteomics: Studying Structure and Function of Microbial Communities
Thomas Schneider, Kathrin Riedel

5. Analysis of Microbial Communities by Functional Gene Arrays
Joy D. Nostrand, Zhili He, Jizhong Zhou

6. Probing Identity and Physiology of Uncultured Microorganisms with Isotope Labeling Techniques
Alexander Loy, Michael Pester

7. The Geomicrobiology of Arsenic
Rhesa N. Ledbetter, Timothy S. Magnuson

8. Bioinformatics and Genomics of Iron- and Sulfur-Oxidizing Acidophiles
Violaine Bonnefoy

9. The Geomicrobiology of Catastrophe: A Comparison of Microbial Colonization in Post-volcanic and Impact Environments
Charles Seaton Cockell

10. Microbial Diversity of Cave Ecosystems
Annette Summers Engel

11. Statistical Evaluation of Bacterial 16S rRNA Gene Sequences in Relation to Travertine Mineral Precipitation and Water Chemistry at Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park, USA
Héctor García Martín, John Veysey, George T. Bonheyo, Nigel Goldenfeld, Bruce W. Fouke

12. Compositional, Physiological and Metabolic Variability in Microbial Communities Associated with Geochemically Diverse, Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Vent Fluids
Ken Takai, Kentaro Nakamura

13. The Molecular Geomicrobiology of Bacterial Manganese(II) Oxidation
Bradley M. Tebo, Kati Geszvain, Sung-Woo Lee

14. Role of Microorganisms in Banded Iron Formations
Inga Koehler, Kurt Konhauser, Andreas Kappler

15. Synergistic Roles of Microorganisms in Mineral Precipitates Associated with Deep Sea Methane Seeps
Huifang Xu

16. Bacterial Degradation of Polychlorinated Biphenyls
Martina Mackova, Ondrej Uhlik, Petra Lovecka, Jitka Viktorova, Martina Novakova, Katerina Demnerova, Michel Sylvestre, Tomas Macek

17. Role of Clay and Organic Matter in the Biodegradation of Organics in Soil
Laura E. McAllister, Kirk T. Semple

18. Electrodes as Electron Acceptors, and the Bacteria Who Love Them
Daniel R. Bond

19. The Biogeochemistry of Biomining
David Barrie Johnson

Keywords: Life Sciences, Microbial Ecology, Biogeosciences, Applied Microbiology, Freshwater & Marine Ecology

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Natural Sciences