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Truce with oxygen - A naerobiosis outcompete aerobiosis in the Antarctic lacustrine bacteria
(Current Science Association, Bangalore, India, 1999)
The total number of bacteria counted directly by epifluorescent microscopy showed that they ranged from 10 sup(8)-10 sup(-1) in Antarctic lake water samples. The percentages of retrievable viable counts (RVC) of anaerobic ...
Validation of EIA sampling methods - bacterial and biochemical analysis
(International Society of Offshore and Polar Engineers, Cupertino, CA (USA), 1999)
Deep sea sediments from Central Indian Ocean Basin (CIOB) were sampled from 10 degrees .00'-10 degrees .10'S latitude and 75 degrees .55'-76 degrees .05'E longitude for assessing the potential environmental impact of ...
Effect of heavy metals on marine Bacillus sp. and Flavobacterium sp.
(NIO, GoaEcotoxicology, 1993)
Differential sensitivity of pigmented and non-pigmented marine bacteria to metals and antibiotics
The response of pigmented and non-pigmented marine bacteria to metals and antibiotics was investigated. The two groups responded differently to heavy metals and antibiotics. Pigmented bacteria were more resistant to metals. ...
Bacterial flora of Dona Paula, India using numerical profiles
(Japanese Society of Fisheries Science, 1990)
Behaviour of marine oil-degrading bacterial populations in a continuous culture system
In pursuit of developing an oil-degrading microbial consortium, we used the principle of "plasmid assisted molecular breeding" (PAMB) in a continuous culture system. Three marine bacteria, Pseudomonas putida, Brevibacterium ...
Candidates for the development of consortia capable of petroleum hydrocarbon degradation in marine environment
(Fostering International Coop. Res., UK, 1995)
Bacteria and yeasts from different niches of the tropical Indian waters were screened for their hydrocarbon degrading potential using 1% w/v in artificial seawater over a period of 6 days. About 20% of the 75 bacterial and ...
UV radiation and primary production in the Antarctic waters
(Department of Ocean Development, New Delhi, 1997)
A profiling underwater radiometer was used for the first time in the waters around Indian Antarctic Station (70 degrees 46 minutes S and 11 degrees 44 minutes E) in the summer of 1994. The profiles include natural fluorescence ...
Microbial ecosystems of Antarctica. By W.F. Vincent
(NISCAIR, CSIR, 1990)