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2012-07

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A. G. Bulaev, T. A. Pivovarova, V. S. Melamud, B. K. Bumazhkin, E. O. Patutina, T. V. Kolganova, B. B. Kuznetsov, T. F. Kondrat’eva

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Construction and analysis of the 16S rDNA clone libraries was used to investigate the species composition of two thermotolerant communities of acidophilic chemolithotrophic microorganisms (ACM) isolated from the pulp of laboratory reactors used for oxidation of different gold-containing ore concentrates. The first community was formed during oxidation of the pyrite-arsenopyrite ore concentrate from the Kyuchus deposit. The clones of the bacterial component of this community belonged to the genera Sulfobacillus (32 clones) and Leptospirillum (33 clones). The Sulfobacillus clones belonged to three groups: Sb. thermosulfidooxidans, Sb. benefaciens, and Sb. thermotolerans. All Leptospirillum clones were closely related to L. ferriphilum. All clones of the archaeal component belonged to Ferroplasma acidiphilum. The microorganisms of this community were used as inoculum for biooxidation of a different mineral concentrate, the pyrrhotite-containing pyrite-arsenopyrite ore concentrate from the Olympiadinskoe deposit, and the structure of the community formed in the process was investigated. The clones of the bacterial component of the second community also belonged to the genera Sulfobacillus (14 clones) and Leptospirillum (48 clones). The Sulfobacillus clones belonged to the species Sb. thermosulfidooxidans (13 clones) and Sb. thermotolerans (1 clone). All Leptospirillum clones were closely related to L. ferriphilum. All clones of the archaeal component belonged to Ferroplasma acidiphilum. During the adaptation of the community to a new oxidized mineral substrate, both the composition and the ratio of the constituent microbial species changed. More... »

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391-396

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