purple and green bacteria in a sewage treatment plant.
This means that they grow faster than alternative phototrophic
bacteria and algae, and can generate hydrogen gas, proteins or a type of biodegradable polyester as byproducts of metabolism.
For example, artificial lights placed inside caves encourage the development of phototrophic
bacteria, causing changes in the microbiological communities in the cave ecosystem.
Sakthivel, Green synthesis of biogenic metal nanoparticles by terrestrial and aquatic phototrophic
and heterotrophic eukaryotes and biocompatible agents Adv.
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Cryopreservation of anoxygenic phototrophic
Fe (II)-oxidizing bacteria.
algal cells accumulated predominantly the membrane lipids phospholipids (PL) and glycolipids (GL).
Incidence and distribution of phototrophic
shell-degrading endoliths of the brown mussel Perna perna.
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(70,83,84) Applying this value to our results, the nitrogen isotopic composition of the phototrophic
cell was estimated to be slightly more negative than 0[per thousand].