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Resistance of Marine Bacterioneuston to Solar Radiation

Resistance of Marine Bacterioneuston to Solar Radiation,10.1128/AEM.71.9.5282-5289.2005,Applied and Environmental Microbiology,Helene Agogue,Fabien Jo

Resistance of Marine Bacterioneuston to Solar Radiation   (Citations: 35)
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Journal: Applied and Environmental Microbiology - AEM , vol. 71, no. 9, pp. 5282-5289, 2005
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    • ...Agogue et al. [1] found great interspecific differences among 90 marine isolates with medium and highly UV-resistant strains...
    • ...Similar results have been found in marine bacterioplankton [1, 3]. A. johnsonii and Pseudomonas sp. have been previously proposed by our research group as highly UV-resistant bacteria [12, 48] and these results have been confirmed in strains isolated in the current study...
    • ...Similar results were previously found by our research group in Andean isolates [16, 17] and by other authors in marine isolates [1]...

    Omar F. Ordoñezet al. Extremophile Culture Collection from Andean Lakes: Extreme Pristine En...

    • ... CH4 accounts for ∼15% of enhanced greenhouse forcing (...

    Michael Cunliffeet al. Phylogenetic and functional gene analysis of the bacterial and archaea...

    • ...The results concur to show interspecific variability in sensitivity to UVR and also in the subsequent recovery potential of the isolates (2, 6, 26)...
    • ...Other significant results are that pigmentation seems not to be directly related to resistance of marine isolates and that bacteria isolated from the surface microlayer do not show higher resistance to UVR than isolates from subsurface waters (2)...
    • ...More recently, large interspecific differences were found among 90 marine isolates from the same oceanographic area of our study (2)...
    • ...Despite these differences, the general pattern (higher sensitivity to UVR of Alpha- than Gammaproteobacteria and Bacteroidetes) is in agreement with the results of Agogue ´ et al. (2), working with bacterioneuston isolates from the Mediterranean Sea...
    • ...However, it is remarkable that Agogue ´ et al. (2) did not find a correlation between the degree of resistance of different bacterial isolates and their GC content, as had been postulated by Singer and Ames (49)...

    Laura Alonso-Saezet al. Effect of Natural Sunlight on Bacterial Activity and Differential Sens...

    • ...This may provide a new insight to bacterial UV adaptation [14 ]o r offer an explanation of interspecific variability in survival of aquatic microbes exposed to UV stress [1, 5, 33, 55]...
    • ...Such protection could play a role in survival of bacterioplankton [1, 5, 33, 55]...
    • ...The two-sided role (protective and toxic) of prodigiosin could add up to the observed variability in bacterial UV survival in aquatic environments [1, 5, 33, 55]...

    Maja Borićet al. Prodigiosin from Vibrio sp. DSM 14379; A New UV-Protective Pigment

    • ...Among these isolates, LS16, LS153, LS197, and LS227 were distantly related to their closest matches in GenBank (ID ≤97%), and the closest relatives of eight isolates (LS8, LS9, LS21, LS45, LS153, LS169, LS197, and LS251) were discovered in marine samples [1, 21, 52, 58]...

    Chang-Qing Liet al. Phylogenetic Diversity of Bacteria Associated with the Marine Sponge G...

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