Bacterial Roles in the Precipitation of Carbonate Minerals View Full Text


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DATE

2000

AUTHORS

Sabine Castanier , Gaële Le Métayer-Levrel , Jean-Pierre Perthuisot

ABSTRACT

Bacterial carbonate formation includes autotrophic pathways that induce local CO2 depletion of the medium and heterotrophic pathways that can lead to active or passive precipitation. In active precipitation, solid carbonate is localised by ionic exchange through the cell membrane. In passive precipitation, processes such as ammonification, dissimilatory nitrate reduction, degradation of urea or uric acid, and sulphate reduction lead to carbonate and bicarbonate production and a pH increase, processes which induce solid carbonate precipitation. In heterotrophic bacterial communities, pathways of carbonate precipitation always appear to be responses to enrichment by organic matter, and the precise nutritional conditions play a major role in the relationships between bacteria and the developing crystals. Heterotrophic bacterial precipitation, evaluated by laboratory experiments, appears to be the most probable process in the formation of apparently abiotic limestones. Bacterial carbonate formation has applications for stonework preservation and restoration. More... »

PAGES

32-39

Book

TITLE

Microbial Sediments

ISBN

978-3-642-08275-7
978-3-662-04036-2

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