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Microbial Life in Supraglacial Environments

By: Arwyn Edwards; Karen A. Cameron. In: Psychrophiles: From Biodiversity to Biotechnology. :57-81; Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2017. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

Supraglacial environments occupy 11% of Earth’s surface area and represent a critical interface between climate and ice. This century has brought a renewed appreciation that glacier surfaces repr...


Viruses in Glacial Environments

By: Sara M. E. Rassner. In: Psychrophiles: From Biodiversity to Biotechnology. :111-131; Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2017. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

Viruses play a central role in glacial microbial communities. Prokaryotes in glacial environments support surprisingly large viral communities, which, in turn, have a considerable impact on the p...


Microbial Life in the Deep Sea: Psychropiezophiles

By: Yuichi Nogi. In: Psychrophiles: From Biodiversity to Biotechnology. :133-152; Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2017. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

Psychropiezophiles are microorganisms specialized for living in the deep-sea environment. Piezophiles display maximum growth at high pressure. Some can also grow at atmospheric pressure; those th...


Aeromicrobiology

By: Lewis Cuthbertson; David A. Pearce. In: Psychrophiles: From Biodiversity to Biotechnology. :41-55; Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2017. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

The atmosphere presents one of the most challenging environments on Earth with extreme psychrophilic and oligotrophic conditions. Cloud temperatures are typically below 0 °C, and stratospheric te...


Determining the Limits of Microbial Life at Subzero Temperatures

By: Corien Bakermans. In: Psychrophiles: From Biodiversity to Biotechnology. :21-38; Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2017. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

Determining the low-temperature limit of life is a challenge complicated by the reduced availability of liquid water as water freezes and by the low rates of diffusion and reaction brought on by ...


The Climate of Snow and Ice as Boundary Condition for Microbial Life

By: Michael Kuhn; Andrew G. Fountain. In: Psychrophiles: From Biodiversity to Biotechnology. :3-20; Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2017. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

The microclimate and structure of snow and ice are a boundary condition as well as a matrix for a large spectrum of microbial life under alpine and polar conditions. Biological activity criticall...


Nitrate/Nitrite Toxicity and Possibilities of Their Use in Ruminant Diet

By: Devki Nandan Kamra; Neeta Agarwal; L. C. Chaudhary. In: Rumen Microbiology: From Evolution to Revolution. :343-353; New Delhi : Springer India, 2015. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

Nitrate is not a normal component of livestock feed due to toxicity of nitrate/nitrite. Sometimes nitrate might enter into the rumen either accidentally or intentionally incorporated in ration as...


Commercial Application of Rumen Microbial Enzymes

By: Saurabh Bansal; Gunjan Goel. In: Rumen Microbiology: From Evolution to Revolution. :281-291; New Delhi : Springer India, 2015. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

The enzyme as a biocatalyst is an important tool in various industries where these enzymes have been used in the development of various products and services in the eco-friendly manner. The use o...


Selective Inhibition of Harmful Rumen Microbes

By: Yutaka Uyeno. In: Rumen Microbiology: From Evolution to Revolution. :199-211; New Delhi : Springer India, 2015. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

The microbial ecology of the rumen is extremely complex, allowing the efficient conversion of carbohydrates of plant origin to organic acids. Disturbance of this ecosystem might lead to impairmen...


Utilization of Organic Acids to Manipulate Ruminal Fermentation and Improve Ruminant Productivity

By: M. D. Carro; E. M. Ungerfeld. In: Rumen Microbiology: From Evolution to Revolution. :177-197; New Delhi : Springer India, 2015. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

Much research has been conducted to develop feed additives that can improve the efficiency of ruminal fermentation and increase the productivity of ruminants. Ionophore antibiotics have been bann...


Microbial Feed Additives

By: Ravinder Nagpal; Bhuvnesh Shrivastava; Nikhil Kumar; Tejpal Dhewa; Harmesh Sahay. In: Rumen Microbiology: From Evolution to Revolution. :161-175; New Delhi : Springer India, 2015. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

The recent global concerns associated with the use of antibiotics and other growth-promoting stimulants in the animal feeds have created a window of opportunities and responsibilities for livesto...


Molecular Characterisation of Euryarchaeotal Community Within an Anaerobic Digester

By: K. Arunasri; S. Shivaji; Phil J. Hobbs; Mamatha Potu; S. Kishore; Sreenivas Rao Ravella. In: Rumen Microbiology: From Evolution to Revolution. :293-311; New Delhi : Springer India, 2015. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

Two euryarchaeota-specific 16S rRNA gene clone libraries (MT1 and MT2) and two bacterial 16S rRNA gene clone libraries (HW1 and HW2) were constructed using DNA isolated from two sludge samples (s...


Ruminal Viruses (Bacteriophages, Archaeaphages)

By: Rosalind A. Gilbert; Athol V. Klieve. In: Rumen Microbiology: From Evolution to Revolution. :121-141; New Delhi : Springer India, 2015. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

Viruses of prokaryotes (phages) are ubiquitous to the gastrointestinal tracts of all animals, and particularly dense and diverse populations occur in the rumen of herbivores. Although knowledge o...


Rumen: An Underutilised Niche for Industrially Important Enzymes

By: Gunjan Goel; Sumit Singh Dagar; Mamta Raghav; Saurabh Bansal. In: Rumen Microbiology: From Evolution to Revolution. :247-263; New Delhi : Springer India, 2015. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

Rumen is one of the most underutilised microbial ecosystems, harbouring a diverse population of microbial species. These species thrive in this ecosystem by producing an array of enzymes for dige...


Microbial Phytohormones Have a Key Role in Mitigating the Salt-Induced Damages in Plants

By: Dilfuza Egamberdieva; Abeer Hashem; Abdulaziz A. Alqarawi. In: Bacterial Metabolites in Sustainable Agroecosystem. :283-296; Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2015. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

Salinity is among the most challenging and devastating environmental problems which cause drastic decline in normal growth and developmental processes in crop plants. Plants have evolved several ...


Techniques to Study Microbial Phytohormones

By: Keyur Patel; Dweipayan Goswami; Pinakin Dhandhukia; Janki Thakker. In: Bacterial Metabolites in Sustainable Agroecosystem. :1-27; Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2015. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

Soil is replete with microscopic life such as bacteria, fungi, actinomycetes, protozoa and algae. Microscopic life tends to reside in the rhizosphere of the soil and interact with plants. A micro...


Biofilm Formation and Biosurfactant Activity in Plant-Associated Bacteria

By: Emiliano D. Primo; Francisco Ruiz; Oscar Masciarelli; Walter Giordano. In: Bacterial Metabolites in Sustainable Agroecosystem. :337-349; Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2015. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

Biofilms are structurally complex communities of microbial cells that adhere to a surface and are surrounded by an extracellular polymeric matrix. Biofilm formation plays important roles in attac...


Significance of Biosurfactants as Antibiofilm Agents in Eradicating Phytopathogens

By: Alwar Ramanujam Padmavathi; Dhamodharan Bakkiyaraj; Shunmugiah Karutha Pandian. In: Bacterial Metabolites in Sustainable Agroecosystem. :319-336; Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2015. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

Biofilms are complex aggregation of microbial cells which aid the indwelling cells to survive and flourish well in the hostile environments. Besides, biofilms act as multicellular entities and pr...


Exploitation of Phytohormone-Producing PGPR in Development of Multispecies Bioinoculant Formulation

By: Sandeep Kumar; Mohit Agarwal; Shrivardhan Dheeman; Dinesh Kumar Maheshwari. In: Bacterial Metabolites in Sustainable Agroecosystem. :297-317; Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2015. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

Bacterial communities constitute an excellent plant-specific micro-ecosystem in the rhizosphere. Microbes establish a sophisticated relationship in the rhizosphere with plants to enhance producti...


Peculiarities of Water as an Environmental Habitat for Microorganisms

By: Nduka Okafor. In: Environmental Microbiology of Aquatic and Waste Systems. :15-29; Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 2011. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

As a habitat for the existence of microorganisms, water has properties not found in other natural microbial habitats such as soil, and plant and animal bodies; indigenous aquatic microorganisms a...