Accession Number : AD0673647
Title : THE BIOLOGY OF THE AUTOTROPHIC MICROORGANISMS (BIOLOGIYA AVTOTROFNYKH MIKROORGANIZMOV).
Corporate Author : FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
Report Date : 31 AUG 1967
Pagination or Media Count : 438
Abstract : Contents: Nucleic acids and plant evolution; Photosynthetic organisms and the evolution of photosynthesis; A microbiologist's view of biochemical evolution; Photosynthesis and the assimilation of nitrate nitrogen; The products of chemosynthesis in nitrosomonas europaea using C14; Products of photosynthetic C(14)O2 assimilation by synchronous Chlorella pyrenoidosa culture at different stages of its development; Phosphorus metabolism in germinating cotton seeds; Light-induced conversions of pigments in cells of photosynthetic bacteria; Participation of different forms of bacterioviridine and bacteriochlorophyll in bacterial photosynthesis; Effect of cultural conditions on carotene production by Dunaliella salina; Physiological properties of bacterial photosynthesis; Accumulation of organic matter in autotrophic algae cultures; Physiological properties of Chlorella in relation to prolonged intensive cultivation; Physiological and biochemical aspects of directed production of valuable metabolites during intensive algae cultivation; Interrelations of algae with bacteria and other microorganisms in mixed cultures; Physiological and ecological relations and autotrophic photosynthetic microorganisms; The oxidation of hydrocarbons by microorganisms; The use of radioactive carbon in studying photosynthesis and chemosynthesis in reservoirs; Sulfide oxidation by Thiobacillus ferrooxidans; Iron bacteria on the volcanoes of Kunashir Island; The role of autotrophic bacteria in the oxidation of volcanogenic sulfur.
Descriptors : (*MICROORGANISMS, METABOLISM), PLANTS(BOTANY), NUCLEIC ACIDS, PHOTOSYNTHESIS, BACTERIA, NITRATES, SULFUR, IRON, ALGAE, PHOSPHORUS, ORGANIC PIGMENTS, CULTURE MEDIA, HYDROCARBONS, TRACER STUDIES, VOLCANOES, USSR
Subject Categories : Biology
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE