denitrifying bacteria


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denitrifying bacteria

the bacteria responsible for DENITRIFICATION; an example is Pseudomonas denitrificans.
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Autotrophic, hydrogen-oxidizing, denitrifying bacteria in groundwater, potential agents for bioremediation of nitrate contamination.
Most probable numbers of denitrifying bacteria were approximately 4.
Microbial biomass and denitrifying bacteria population size were unaffected by flooding; significant effects may have been difficult to detect due to inherently high variability in soil microbial data.
Henry S, Baudoin E, Lopez-Gutierrez JC, Martin-Laurent F, Baumann A, Philippot L (2004) Quantification of denitrifying bacteria in soils by nirK gene targeted real-time PCR.
Henry S, Baudoin E, Lopez-Gutierrez JC, Martin-Laurent F, Baumann A, Philippot L (2005) Quantification of denitrifying bacteria in soils by nirK gene targeted real-time PCR (Vol 59, Pg 327, 2004).
Denitrifying bacteria typically require organic carbon as a source of energy Unlike nitrification, denitrification produces alkalinity
The growth of denitrifying bacteria possibly contributed to the clogging of the underdrains.
That's why Schulze urges another strategy for attacking the problem: cycling nitrate from acid rain through denitrifying bacteria.