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Acclimation of Aquatic Microbial Communities to Hg(II) and CH3Hg(+) in Polluted Freshwater Ponds.
Adaptation of Aquatic Microbial Communities to Hg(2+) Stress.
Adaptation of Aquatic Microbial Communities to Pollutant Stress.
Application of Microbial Ecology Research to Environmental Problems.
Bioluminescent Sensors for Detection of Bioavailable Hg(II) in the Environment.
Capacity of Aquatic Bacteria to Act as Recipients for Plasmid DNA.
Conjugal Gene Transfer to Aquatic Bacteria Detected by the Generation of a New Phenotype.
Direct viable counting method for meauring tolerance of aquatic microbial communities to Hg(2+1) /
Environmental Significance of the Potential for 'mer' (Tn21)-Mediated Reduction of Hg (2+) to Hg in Natural Waters.
EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) Developing Methods to Assess Environmental Release.
Extraction and Purification of Microbial DNA from Sediments.
Gene Probes as a Tool for the Detection of Specific Genomes in the Environment.
Genes Encoding Mercuric Reductases from Selected Gram-Negative Aquatic Bacteria Have a Low Degree of Homology with merA of Transposon TN50.
Hybridization of DNA Probes with Whole-Community Genome for Detection of Genes That Encode Microbial Responses to Pollutants: 'mer' Genes and Hg (2+) Resistance.
Microbial Reduction of Ionic Mercury for the Removal of Mercury from Contaminated Environments.
Relationships of Hg(II) Volatilization from a Freshwater Pond to the Abundance of 'mer' Genes in the Gene Pool of the Indigenous Microbial Community.
Role of Na(+) in Transport of Hg(2+) and Induction of the Tn21 mer Operon.
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