Anoxygenic phototrophic bacteria of the Kislo-Sladkoe stratified lake (White Sea, Kandalaksha Bay) View Full Text


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2013-11

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O. N. Lunina, A. S. Savvichev, B. B. Kuznetsov, N. V. Pimenov, V. M. Gorlenko

ABSTRACT

The community of anoxygenic phototrophic bacteria (APB) in the water column of the Kislo-Sladkoe stratified lake recently isolated from the sea (White Sea, Kandalaksha Bay) was investigated in September 2010. The water of the sulfide-rich zone was greenish-brown due to intense development of green sulfur bacteria (GSB). Nine APB strains were isolated from the water samples: three belonging to GSB, five, to purple sulfur bacteria (PSB), and one, to purple nonsulfur bacteria (PNB). GSB predominated in the phototrophic community of the chemocline. Unexpectedly, two morphologically different green-colored GSB strains were found to be phylogenetically identical and related to the brown-colored Chlorobium phaeovibrioides (99% similarity according to the 16S rRNA gene sequencing). Homology to the closest green-colored species (Chlorobium luteolum) was 98%. Two morphologically and physiologically similar PSB strains (TcrPS10 and AmPS10) had rounded cells containing okenone and gas vesicles. According to the 16S rRNA gene sequencing, these strains were most closely related (99%) to two different Thiocapsa species: Tca. marina (containing okenonee and no gas vesicles) and Tca. rosea (containing spirilloxanthin and gas vesicles). The remaining isolates of purple bacteria were similar to the already described APB species. More... »

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815-832

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Microbiology

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6

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82

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