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Altenbach, Alexander V.

Anoxia

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Table of contents

1. Anaerobic Eukaryotes
Tom Fenchel

2. Biogeochemical Reactions in Marine Sediments Underlying Anoxic Water Bodies
Tina Treude

3. Diversity of Anaerobic Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes: Breaking Long-Established Dogmas
Aharon Oren

4. The Biochemical Adaptations of Mitochondrion-Related Organelles of Parasitic and Free-Living Microbial Eukaryotes to Low Oxygen Environments
Anastasios D. Tsaousis, Michelle M. Leger, Courtney A. W. Stairs, Andrew J. Roger

5. Hydrogenosomes and Mitosomes: Mitochondrial Adaptations to Life in Anaerobic Environments
Rob M. Graaf, Johannes H. P. Hackstein

6. Adapting to Hypoxia: Lessons from Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor
Nina S. Levy, Andrew P. Levy

7. Magnetotactic Protists at the Oxic–Anoxic Transition Zones of Coastal Aquatic Environments
Dennis A. Bazylinski, Christopher T. Lefèvre, Richard B. Frankel

8. A Novel Ciliate (Ciliophora: Hypotrichida) Isolated from Bathyal Anoxic Sediments
David J. Beaudoin, Joan M. Bernhard, Virginia P. Edgcomb

9. The Wood-Eating Termite Hindgut: Diverse Cellular Symbioses in a Microoxic to Anoxic Environment
Michael F. Dolan

10. Ecological and Experimental Exposure of Insects to Anoxia Reveals Surprising Tolerance
William Wyatt Hoback

11. The Unusual Response of Encysted Embryos of the Animal Extremophile, Artemia franciscana, to Prolonged Anoxia
James S. Clegg

12. Survival of Tardigrades in Extreme Environments: A Model Animal for Astrobiology
Daiki D. Horikawa

13. Long-Term Anoxia Tolerance in Flowering Plants
Robert M. M. Crawford

14. Benthic Foraminifera: Inhabitants of Low-Oxygen Environments
Karoliina A. Koho, Elisa Piña-Ochoa

15. Ecological and Biological Response of Benthic Foraminifera Under Oxygen-Depleted Conditions: Evidence from Laboratory Approaches
Petra Heinz, Emmanuelle Geslin

16. The Response of Benthic Foraminifera to Low-Oxygen Conditions of the Peruvian Oxygen Minimum Zone
Jürgen Mallon, Nicolaas Glock, Joachim Schönfeld

17. Benthic Foraminiferal Communities and Microhabitat Selection on the Continental Shelf Off Central Peru
Jorge Cardich, María Morales, Luis Quipúzcoa, Abdelfettah Sifeddine, Dimitri Gutiérrez

18. Living Assemblages from the “Dead Zone” and Naturally Occurring Hypoxic Zones
Kurt R. Buck, Nancy N. Rabalais, Joan M. Bernhard, James P. Barry

19. The Return of Shallow Shelf Seas as Extreme Environments: Anoxia and Macrofauna Reactions in the Northern Adriatic Sea
Michael Stachowitsch, Bettina Riedel, Martin Zuschin

20. Meiobenthos of the Oxic/Anoxic Interface in the Southwestern Region of the Black Sea: Abundance and Taxonomic Composition
Nelli G. Sergeeva, Andrew J. Gooday, Sofia A. Mazlumyan, Elena A. Kolesnikova, Anna Lichtschlag, Tetiana N. Kosheleva, Oksana V. Anikeeva

21. The Role of Eukaryotes in the Anaerobic Food Web of Stratified Lakes
Alessandro Saccà

22. The Anoxic Framvaren Fjord as a Model System to Study Protistan Diversity and Evolution
Thorsten Stoeck, Anke Behnke

23. Characterizing an Anoxic Habitat: Sulfur Bacteria in a Meromictic Alpine Lake
Gisela B. Fritz, Martin Pfannkuchen, Ulrich Struck, Steffen Hengherr, Stephan Strohmeier, Franz Brümmer

24. Ophel, the Newly Discovered Hypoxic Chemolithotrophic Groundwater Biome: A Window to Ancient Animal Life
Francis Dov Por

25. Microbial Eukaryotes in the Marine Subsurface?
Virginia P. Edgcomb, Jennifer F. Biddle

26. On The Use of Stable Nitrogen Isotopes in Present and Past Anoxic Environments
Ulrich Struck

27. Carbon and Nitrogen Isotopic Fractionation in Foraminifera: Possible Signatures from Anoxia
Alexander Volker Altenbach, Carola Leiter, Christoph Mayr, Ulrich Struck, Martin Hiss, Antonio Radic

28. The Functionality of Pores in Benthic Foraminifera in View of Bottom Water Oxygenation: A Review
Nicolaas Glock, Joachim Schönfeld, Jürgen Mallon

29. Anoxia-Dysoxia at the Sediment-Water Interface of the Southern Tethys in the Late Cretaceous: Mishash Formation, Southern Israel
Ahuva Almogi-Labin, Sarit Ashckenazi-Polivoda, Yael Edelman-Furstenberg, Chaim Benjamini

30. Styles of Agglutination in Benthic Foraminifera from Modern Santa Barbara Basin Sediments and the Implications of Finding Fossil Analogs in Devonian and Mississippian Black Shales
Jürgen Schieber

31. Did Redox Conditions Trigger Test Templates in Proterozoic Foraminifera?
Alexander Volker Altenbach, Maren Gaulke

32. The Relevance of Anoxic and Agglutinated Benthic Foraminifera to the Possible Archean Evolution of Eukaryotes
Wladyslaw Altermann, Alexander Volker Altenbach, Carola Leiter

Keywords: Life Sciences, Ecology, Eukaryotic Microbiology, Biogeosciences, Paleontology, Geoecology/Natural Processes

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2012
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Cellular Origin, Life in Extreme Habitats and Astrobiology
Page amount
35 pages
Category
Natural Sciences
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9789400718968

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