arenosus should be considered a psychrotolerant
bacterial species responsible for transfusion-transmitted bacterial infections, similar to Yersinia enterocolitica, Listeria monocytogenes, and psychrophilic Pseudomonas spp.
An understanding of the effects of temperature on the growth and sporulation of entomopathogenic fungi, as well as on the activity and stability of their hydrolases, will assist investigations seeking to use psychrotolerant
organisms as biological control agents within the stressful environments generated by low temperatures.
species with high chemical diversity consistently producing cycloaspeptide A, Penicillium jamesonlandense sp.
There is still a lot to learn about the psychrotolerant
bacterial flora of raw milk," Halpern added.
Hence, for improving the silage quality of Italian ryegrass at low temperatures, it is necessary to enhance the numbers and activity of psychrotolerant
LAB by applying LAB inoculants.
Effect of different carbon and nitrogen sources on solubilization of insoluble inorganic phosphate by psychrotolerant
The sphingobacteriaceae affiliated members of phylum Bacteroidetes have been reported previously as psychrotolerant
bacteria and as plant growth promoting bacteria (Pankratov et al.
Many psychrophiles and psychrotolerant
microorganisms like Listeria monocytogens, Staphylococcus aureus, Bacillus species, Salmonella species, Shigella species, Streptococus spp.
Halo- and psychrotolerant
Geomyces fungi from arctic cryopegs and marine deposits [in Russian].
Effects of ribosomes and intracellular solutes on activities and stabilities of elongation factor 2 proteins from psychrotolerant
and thermophilic methanogens.
Since IBP (25 kDa) from sea ice diatom Navicula glaciei show considerable similarity to psychrotolerant
sediment bacteria, Rhodoferax ferrireducens (58% identity) and a denitrifying estuarine bacteria, Shewanella denitrificans (43% identity), polyclonal antibody raised against a conserved middle domain of IBP was used for detection of IBP in Antarctic bacteria.
, xylan-degrading bacteria from Alaskan tundra.