Resting forms of Sinorhizobium meliloti View Full Text


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2011-08

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N. G. Loiko, N. A. Kryazhevskikh, N. E. Suzina, E. V. Demkina, A. Yu. Muratova, O. V. Turkovskaya, A. N. Kozlova, V. F. Galchenko, G. I. El’-Registan

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The ability of the symbiotrophic rhizobium Sinorhizobium meliloti P221 to produce cells having all the properties of resting forms (RFs) during the development cycles of the culture or after addition of the threshold concentrations of anabiosis autoinducers was demonstrated. The numbers, properties, and ultra-structure of S. meliloti resting forms depended on the conditions of growth and poststationary-phase incubation. In the four-month poststationary-phase, cultures grown in media deficient in some nutrient elements and energy sources (nitrogen, phosphorus, or oxygen), numerous cells (24–76% of the number of CFUs in the stationary-phase cultures) exhibiting a high degree of heat resistance and reversibly inhibited metabolic activity (the absence of endogenous respiration) were detected. According to their ultrastructure, all the resting forms detected in starving cultures were divided into three groups: (1) cystlike resting cells (CRCs) with thick cell envelopes and compacted nucleoids, (2) CRCs containing numerous (up to three-quarters of their volumes) polyhydroxyalkanoate inclusions, and (3) RFs similar to Azotobacter cysts. The resting forms obtained in the culture grown at high concentrations (5 × 10−5 M) of C12-AHB, a chemical analogue of microbial anabiosis autoregulators, were incapable of endogenous respiration and retained the colony-forming ability. The CFU number after plating of these resting forms was twice as high as in the control culture; the heat resistance of these cells (55°C, 10 min) was an order of magnitude higher. The bacterial cells obtained from the resting forms either had a mixed (Swa+Gri+) type of motility in semisolid agar, typical of the dominant phenotype of the parent cells, or switched to the Gri+ type. Emergence of different motility phenotypes depended on the conditions of RF formation. More severe stress conditions of RF formation induced the emergence of the Gri+ type of cell motility. The results obtained can be used for development of a new generation of bacterial preparations based on bacterial CRCs which are able to preserve their viability for a long time and are highly resistant to stress impacts. More... »

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