Publication

Mixotrophic growth of Thiobacillus A2 and its ecological significance

Gottschal, J. C., 1980, s.n.. 150 p.

Research output: ThesisThesis fully internal (DIV)Academic

APA

Gottschal, J. C. (1980). Mixotrophic growth of Thiobacillus A2 and its ecological significance. s.n.

Author

Gottschal, Jan Cornelis. / Mixotrophic growth of Thiobacillus A2 and its ecological significance. s.n., 1980. 150 p.

Harvard

Gottschal, JC 1980, 'Mixotrophic growth of Thiobacillus A2 and its ecological significance', Doctor of Philosophy.

Standard

Mixotrophic growth of Thiobacillus A2 and its ecological significance. / Gottschal, Jan Cornelis.

s.n., 1980. 150 p.

Research output: ThesisThesis fully internal (DIV)Academic

Vancouver

Gottschal JC. Mixotrophic growth of Thiobacillus A2 and its ecological significance. s.n., 1980. 150 p.


BibTeX

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abstract = "This thesis describes a study on the ecophysiology of thiobacilli. It is generally accepted that these sulfur-oxidizing bacteria play an important role in the sulfur cycle. This is due to their ability to oxidize reduced inorganic sulfur compounds to sulfate, with molecular oxygen or in some instances with nitrate as the electron acceptor. The thus formed sulfate is then available to be assimilated by plants and microorganisms. ... Zie: Summary",
keywords = "Thiobacilli, Zwavelkringloop, Groei, Ecologie Proefschriften",
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RIS

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AB - This thesis describes a study on the ecophysiology of thiobacilli. It is generally accepted that these sulfur-oxidizing bacteria play an important role in the sulfur cycle. This is due to their ability to oxidize reduced inorganic sulfur compounds to sulfate, with molecular oxygen or in some instances with nitrate as the electron acceptor. The thus formed sulfate is then available to be assimilated by plants and microorganisms. ... Zie: Summary

KW - Thiobacilli, Zwavelkringloop, Groei, Ecologie Proefschriften

M3 - Thesis fully internal (DIV)

PB - s.n.

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