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AuteursD.Y. Sorokin, E.E. Zacharova, N.V. Pimenov, T.P. Tourova, A.N. Panteleeva, G. Muyzer
TitelSulfidogenesis in hypersaline chloride-sulfate lakes of Kulunda Steppe (Altai, Russia)
TijdschriftFEMS Microbiology Ecology
Jaargang79
Jaar2012
Nummer2
Pagina's445-453
ISSN01686496
FaculteitFaculteit der Natuurwetenschappen, Wiskunde en Informatica
Instituut/afd.FNWI: Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics (IBED)
SamenvattingThe activity and culturable diversity of sulfidogens were investigated in anoxic sediments of four hypersaline lakes with pH 7.6–8.2 in the Kulunda Steppe (Altai, Russia). Sulfate reduction rates were low, varying from 0.1 to 6.0 nmol HS−/(cm3 h) with a maximum in the top 10 cm layer. Potential sulfidogenic rates with thiosulfate and sulfur as the e-acceptors were higher than with sulfate and were stimulated by formate, lactate, and acetate. Sulfidogenesis was optimal at salt concentrations below 2 M NaCl. Cultivation at 2 M NaCl resulted in the isolation of several strains of moderately halophilic SRB, but no growth of SRB was observed at 4 M NaCl. At lithotrophic conditions (i.e., with formate or H2 as e-donors), several closely related alkalitolerant strains belonging to the genus Desulfonatronovibrio were isolated. Enrichments at heterotrophic conditions with lactate, propionate, acetate, or butyrate using sulfate or thiosulfate as e-acceptors yielded isolates related to Desulfosalsimonas propionicica, Desulfohalobium utahense, and Desulfocella halophila. Sulfur-reducing enrichments at 2 M NaCl with ethanol produced a member of the genus Halanaerobium, while enrichments at 4 M NaCl with acetate were dominated by archaea, demonstrating for the first time such type of catabolism in haloarchaea.
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