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Molecular Biology of Membrane-Bound Complexes in Phototrophic Bacteria (Fems Symposium, No 53) (F E M S Symposium)

by Gerhart Drews

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bacteriology,
  • Botany & plant sciences,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Science / Biology,
  • Life Sciences - Biology - General,
  • Bacteria, Photosynthetic,
  • Congresses,
  • Molecular Microbiology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages491
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9898227M
    ISBN 100306435152
    ISBN 109780306435157

    This chapter focuses on a biological process for hydrogen generation that depends on the environmentally benign use of biomass and solar energy. A group of anoxygenic photosynthetic bacteria known as purple nonsulfur bacteria (PNSB) produce large amounts of hydrogen under normal growth conditions by using nitrogenases as opposed to by: The first steps of their development require the accumulation of the protein complexes that the two membrane systems harbour, i.e., photosynthetic complexes in purple alphaproteobacteria (Woronowicz et al. ; Niederman ), and respiratory complexes in .

    The classification of archaea, and of prokaryotes in general, is a rapidly moving and contentious field. Current classification systems aim to organize archaea into groups of organisms that share structural features and common ancestors. These classifications rely heavily on the use of the sequence of ribosomal RNA genes to reveal relationships between organisms (molecular phylogenetics).Domain: Archaea, Woese, Kandler & Wheelis, By analogy, complexes of the two substrates may be similarly formed by SoxYZ of P. pantotrophus. Each subunit contains a single cysteine whose thiols are able to form a disulfide bond. SoxZ molecules of phototrophic bacteria lack a cysteine residue, and SoxXA may initiate oxidation of thiosulfate to form SoxY-thiocysteine-S-sulfate (equation 9).Cited by:

    The cell envelope is composed of the plasma membrane and cell wall. As in other organisms, the bacterial cell wall provides structural integrity to the cell. In prokaryotes, the primary function of the cell wall is to protect the cell from internal turgor pressure caused by the much higher concentrations of proteins and other molecules inside the cell compared to its external environment. -mitochondria also possess a single, closed circular DNA molecular much like bacteria -invaginations of the inner membrane are termed cristae and provide greater surface area for energy production -enzymes (F1 particles) and electron carriers need for energy production (ATP synthesis) are located in .


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: Molecular Biology of Membrane-Bound Complexes in Phototrophic Bacteria (Fems Symposium) (): Gerhart Drews: Books. Pigment-Proteins of Antenna Complexes from Purple Non-Sulfur Bacteria: Localization in the Membrane, Alignments of Primary Structure and Structural Predictions.

Molecular Biology of Membrane-Bound Complexes in Phototrophic Bacteria. Authors: Drews, Gerhart, Dawes, Edwin A. Free Preview. From the contributions to the Symposium on molecular biology of membrane-bound complexes in phototrophic bacteria (Freiburg, August) 56 representative papers have been selected and combined in this Rating: % positive.

Molecular biology of membrane-bound complexes in phototrophic bacteria. New York: Plenum Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: G Drews; Edwin A Dawes; Federation of European Microbiological Societies.; Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft.

Molecular biology of membrane-bound complexes in phototrophic bacteria. New York: Plenum Press, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: G Drews; Edwin A Dawes; Federation of European Microbiological.

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Photosynthetic bacteria and chloroplasts of algae and plants (Fig. ) use chlorophyll to capture the remarkable amount of energy carried by single photons to boost electrons to an excited high-energy electrons drive a chemiosmotic cycle to make nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate.

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Dawes and Gerhart Drews Isbn File size mb Year Pages Abstract. The first experiments on the motility of bacteria were conducted by the German scientist Theodore Engelmann in the ’s. He cultured purple photosynthetic bacteria (probably Chromatium and Rhodospirillum species) from the River Rhine and noted that they swam rapidly around their illuminated environment in a series of stops, turns, and starts by: Although this series no longer publishes new content, the published titles listed below may be still available on-line (e.

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In Modern topics in the Phototrophic Prokaryotes: Metabolism, Bioenergetics and Omics. Edt. {Figure from this review is used in the text book ÒBrock Biology of Microorganisms,7 and 8th additions} Ragatz, In Molecular biology of membrane-bound complexes in phototrophic bacteria.

Drews and E.A. Dawes eds.). Phototrophic Bacteria. The phototrophic bacteria are a large and diverse category of bacteria that do not represent a taxon but, rather, a group of bacteria that use sunlight as their primary source of energy. This group contains both Proteobacteria and nonproteobacteria.

They use solar energy to synthesize ATP through photosynthesis. When they. Zhinan Xu, in Bioprocessing for Value-Added Products from Renewable Resources, Photosynthetic bacteria. It is well known that purple non-sulfur bacteria can evolve molecular H 2 catalyzed by nitrogenase under nitrogen-deficient conditions using light energy and reduced compounds.

Many photoheterotrophic bacteria are found to generate H 2, including Rhodobater. This book contains the Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium on Pho- totrophic Prokaryotes (IXth ISPP) which was held in Vienna, Austria, from SeptemberInthe far-sighted efforts of Gerhart Drews, Roger Y.

Stanier, and Nor- bert Pfennig launched the first ISPP as a joint forum for scientific discussion of all aspects of research on phototrophic prokaryotes, both.

Sulfur Metabolism in Phototrophic Organisms to study the biochemistry and molecular biology of reactions of the global sulfur cycle, the microorganisms involved and their physiology.

A comprehensive overview of the structural and molecular biology of cellular processes that occur at or near bacterial membranes. The recent progress on the function and involvement of membranes in bacterial physiology enabling a greater understanding of the molecular details of the cell envelope, its biogenesis and function.

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Read more about ZAlerts. It is true that all cells have hereditary material (DNA), but not all cells have a membrane bound nucleus. In eukaryotic cells the cell nucleus serves to protect the DNA of the organism.

Prokaryotic cells do not have a centralized nucleus and do not have many of the other cell organelles that eukaryotic cells have with the exception of. In Molecular biology of membrane-bound complexes in phototrophic bacteria. (G. Drews and E.A. Dawes eds.) pp. Plenum Press, NY Bauer, C.E., J. Buggy, Z.

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