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Application of Microbial Ecology Research to Environmental Problems.
Characterization of 'Desulfomicrobium escambium' sp. nov. and Proposal to Assign 'Desulfovibrio desulfuricans' Strain Norway 4 to the Genus 'Desulfomicrobium'.
Characterization of a New Thermophilic Sulfate-Reducing Bacterium 'Thermodesulfovibrio yellowstonii' gen. nov. and sp. nov.: Its Phylogenetic Relationship to 'Thermodesulfobacterium commune' and Their Origins Deep within the Bacterial Domain.
Comparison of Phylogenetic Relationships Based on Phospholipid Fatty Acid Profiles and Ribosomal RNA Sequence Similarities among Dissimilatory Sulfate-Reducing Bacteria.
Diversity and Origin of 'Desulfovibrio' Species: Phylogenetic Definition of a Family.
Genus- and Group-Specific Hybridization Probes for Determinative and Environmental Studies of Sulfate-Reducing Bacteria.
Molecular Phylogenetic Explorations of Natural Microbial Community Composition and Diversity.
Natural Relationships among Sulfate-Reducing Eubacteria.
Phylogenetic Tree of 16S rRNA Sequences from Sulfate-Reducing Bacteria in a Sandy Marine Sediment.
Stable Carbon Isotope Analysis of Nucleic Acids to Trace Sources of Dissolved Substrates Used by Estuarine Bacteria.
Studies on the Microbial Ecology of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Biodegradation.
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