Advances in Microbial Physiology, Vol. 42 by Robert K. Poole

By Robert K. Poole

Subject matters coated during this quantity 1. steel ion delivery in eukaryotic microorganisms: insights from Saccharomyces cerevisiae 2. Iron uptake via fungi: contrasted mechanisms with inner or exterior relief three. Dynamics of metabolism and its interactions with gene expression in the course of sporulation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae four. Carbon and nitrogen metabolism in rhizobium five. Redundancy of cardio breathing chains in micro organism? Routes, purposes and laws Key gains * themes coated during this quantity: * steel ion shipping in eukaryotic microorganisms: insights from Saccharomyces cerevisiae * Iron uptake by way of fungi: contrasted mechanisms with inner or exterior aid * Dynamics of metabolism and its interactions with gene expression in the course of sporulation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae * Carbon and nitrogen metabolism in rhizobium * Redundancy of cardio respiration chains in micro organism? Routes, purposes and laws

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Van der Auwera, R. De Baere and F. Haes for sequences, J-M. Neefs and P. De Rijk for sequence alignment, Y. Van de Peer for advice with the data analysis and Prof. R. De Wachter for financial support, useful discussions and interest. Many thanks are also due to V L. Stirewalt and D. A. Bryant (Pennsylvania State University), R. Castenholz (University of Oregon), S. Giovannoni (Oregon State University), M-E. Meffert (Limnological Institute, Pion), R. Rippka and M. Herdman (Pasteur Institute, Paris), E.

1988) published a tree topology based on twenty sequences from two types of ferredoxin (Fig. I). However, the strain selection was heavily biased towards unicellular and heterocystous cyanobacteria. Following this tree, the 11 heterocystous strains are divided into two lineages. This contradicts the results from the 16S rRNA analysis (see Section V I). , 1986). The partial sequence of the nitH gene was compared between a cultivated Trichodesmium sp. strain isolated from Japan and natural populations of Trichodesmium sp.

4. Nelson consensus tree derived from two equally parsimonious c\adograms, obtained by means of the options mhennig*, bb*, and nelsen of the software package Hennig86 (Farris, 1988). The 205 phylogenetically informative positions were selected from the partial sequences used to build the distance tree of Fig. 3. 28. The analysis with Hennig86 depicts only the genealogical relationships between the strains (relations ancestor-descendent and between sister-groups) but does not give an estimation of the amount of changes accumulated since the divergence.

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