lipid composition of some species of arthrobacter.the lipids from arthrobacter crystallopoietes, a. pascens, and a. globiformis were investigated. each strain contained three glycolipids, a monogalactosyl diglyceride, a digalactosyl diglyceride, and a dimannosyl diglyceride, and traces of triand tetraglycosyl diglycerides. the phospholipids in all three strains consisted of bisphosphatidylglycerol, phosphatidylglycerol, and phosphatidylmyoinositol. no evidence could be obtained for the occurrence of mannophosphoinositides. analysis of the fatty ...19714327507
[respiratory enzymes in a psychrophilid and a mesophilic strain of arthrobacter]. 19714332339
inhibition of isocitrate lyase: the basis for inhibition of growth of two arthrobacter species by pyruvate.growth of arthrobacter atrocyaneus and a. pyridinolis on certain growth substrates was found to be inhibited by pyruvate and compounds which can be converted to pyruvate. growth of a. atrocyaneus on acetate, for example, was completely inhibited by 5 mm pyruvate; growth of this organism on glucose was less sensitive and growth on succinate was insensitive to inhibition by pyruvate. growth of a third arthrobacter species, a. crystallopoietes, on acetate and other substrates was not inhibited by p ...19724342814
the bacterial oxidation of nicotine. vii. partial purification and properties of 2,6-dihydroxypyridine oxidase. 19724344227
survival of arthrobacter crystallopoietes during prolonged periods of extreme desiccation.cells of arthrobacter crystallopoietes mixed in sand and air-dried have survived for up to 6 months after an initial period in which approximately half the cells lost their viability. comparative survival curves have been obtained from inoculated sands maintained under caso(4) or p(2)o(5). selections for more desiccation-resistant progeny capable of surviving the initial period were unsuccessful. both the coccoid and rod-shaped forms are equally resistant to several months of desiccation. desicc ...19734345921
enzyme induction and repression in arthrobacter crystallopoietes. 19724347452
metabolism of d-fructose by arthrobacter pyridinolis.previous studies showed that arthrobacter pyridinolis can transport and utilize d-glucose only after prior growth on certain krebs cycle intermediates. in contrast, we found that d-fructose was taken up and metabolized by a. pyridinolis without special prior conditions of growth. d-fructose was first converted to d-fructose-1-phosphate by a phosphoenolpyruvate (pep):d-fructose phosphotransferase. this activity required both supernatant and pellet fractions from d-fructose-grown cells centrifuged ...19734347929
alternate pathways of d-fructose transport and metabolism in arthrobacter pyridinolis. 19734354933
phosphoenolpyruvate:fructose phosphotransferase activity in whole cells and membrane vesicles of arthrobacter pyridinolis. 19734356303
structure of cell wall and exocellular mannans from the yeast hansenula holstii. i. mannans produced in phosphate-containing medium. 19744366964
microbiological transformation of prostaglandins. ii. stereospecific reduction of a (plus or minus)-delta 8(12)-15-dehydroprostaglandin. 19744367967
electron-spin resonance studies of the structure and formation of bacterial diazodiphenoquinone pigments.the formation of diazodiphenoquinone pigments during bacterial oxidations of pyridinediols can be accounted for in terms of a free-radical mechanism similar to that operating for oxidations in vitro involving azasemiquinone radicals. electron-spin-resonance spectra are of great value in pigment structure determinations.19744375982
metabolism of coumarin by a micro-organism. 19664381287
[method for the microbiological production of optical antipodes of 6-hydroxynicotine]. 19694388865
reactions of glycine synthesis and glycine cleavage catalyzed by extracts of arthrobacter globiformis grown on glycine. 19694389630
s-ureidoglycolate dehydrogenase: purification and properties. 19714399430
2,4-d metabolism: enzymatic conversion of chloromaleylacetic acid to succinic acid. 19704400316
d- and l-6-hydroxynicotine oxidase, enantiozymes of arthrobacter oxidans. 19724405081
covalently bound flavin in d-6-hydroxynicotine oxidase from arthrobacter oxidans. 19724405082
[polyphosphate glucokinase activity in pigmented coccoid microorganisms]. 19744407545
mechanism of the reversible glycine cleavage reaction in arthrobacter globiformis. i. purification and function of protein components required for the reaction. 19744414614
kinetics of steroid-delta-1-dehydrogenase induction. 19744432774
[the active center of the 3-oxosteroid delta-1-dehydrogenase from arthrobacter simplex (author's transl)]. 19744434996
[the effect of the feedback inhibition of threonine deaminase on valine-leucine biosynthesis (author's transl)]. 19744441219
[microorganisms decomposing acetylcholine]. 19744449499
[modes of cell division of arthrobacter simplex (jensen) lochhead in the process of culture growth]. 19744453213
[current trends in the microbiological transformation of organic compounds]. 19744477774
characterization of bacteria isolated from human root surface carious lesions. 19744521893
requirement for a functional respiration-coupled d-fructose transport system for induction of phosphoenolypyruvate:d-fructose phosphotransferase activity.previous studies have shown that arthrobacter pyridinolis can transport d-fructose or l-rhamnose using either a phosphoenolpyruvate:hexose phosphotransferase (phosphoenolpyruvate:protein phosphotransferase, ec system or a respiration-coupled transport system which requires the presence of exogenous l-malate. a mutant, ap4374, which is deficient in the d-fructose-specific component of the respiration-coupled system can grow on l-rhamnose using the phosphotransferase system, but cannot gr ...19744525460
dna base composition of soil arthrobacters and other coryneforms from cheese and sea fish. 19724537440
decomposition of nucleic acids and some of their degradation products by microorganisms. 19724538623
proceedings: netherlands society for microbiology meeting at utrecht on 2 may 1973. biological xoidation of manganese in soils. 19734543763
photochromogensis. i. photochromogenicitiy in genus nocardia, corynebacterium, arthrobacter, brevibacterium, and flavobacterium. 19744546883
numerical taxonomy of coryneform bacteria isolated from pond-reared shrimp (penaeus aztecus) and pond water.gram-positive, catalase-positive, nonsporeforming, pleomorphic rods isolated from pond-reared shrimp and pond water were compared with type cultures of the corynebacteriaceae. classification of the type cultures based on 66 cell and colony characters proved comparable to one based on 163 morphological, biochemical, and physiological characters. this similarity was not observed with pond isolates. with the aid of numerical analysis, pond isolates could be placed into six major groups based on cer ...19724551043
formation of di-d-fructofuranose i,2':2,3' dianhydride from inulin by an extracellular inulase of arthrobacter ureafaciens. 19724561389
microbial degradation of crude oil: factors affecting the dispersion in sea water by mixed and pure means of the enrichment culture technique, a mixed population of microorganisms was obtained which catalyzed the dispersion of crude oil in supplemented sea water. from this enrichment culture, eight pure cultures were isolated and studied. only one of the isolates (rag-1) brought about a significant dispersion of crude oil. rag-1 has been tentatively characterized as a member of the genus arthrobacter. the other seven isolates gave rise to colonies on supplemented oil agar, but were neither ...19724562475
utilization of aromatic compounds by benthic microorganisms of an eutrophic lake. 19724566374
occurrence of microorganisms capable of decomposing organic phosphorus compounds in two types of bottom sediments of the eutrophic lake jeziorak. 19724566842
a taxonomic study of some coryneform bacteria. 19724567222
purification and properties of an enzyme, zymolyase, which lyses viable yeast cells. 19724568261
soil bacteriostasis limitation in growth of soil and rhizosphere bacteria. 19734572375
deep-freezing of bacterial dna for thermal denaturation and hybridization experiments. 19734578059
characterisation of mycobacterium, nocardia, corynebacterium and related taxa. 19734578844
heterogeneity of the lytic activity for yeast cell wall observed among the components of an arthrobacter glucanase. 19734579425
chitosanase, a novel enzyme. 19734580792
microbiological transformation of bile acids. 19734581568
biodegradation of phenylmercuric acetate by mercury-resistant bacteria.selected cultures of mercury-resistant bacteria degrade the fungicide-slimicide phenylmercuric acetate. by means of a closed system incorporating a flameless atomic absorption spectrophotometer and a vapor phase chromatograph, it was demonstrated that elemental mercury vapor and benzene were products of phenylmercuric acetate degradation.19734584577
genetic and phenetic classification of bacteria. 19734584677
effect of amendments on the microbial utilization of oil applied to soil.replicate field plots comprising a control, plus oil, plus oil and bacteria, plus oil and fertilizer (urea-phosphate; 27:27:0), and plus oil, bacteria, and fertilizer were monitored over a 308-day period for changes in bacterial and mold numbers. changes in the chemical composition of the oil applied to the plots was followed by using chromatographic techniques. application of fertilizer resulted in a stimulation of bacterial numbers and in the rate of utilization of n-alkane components of the s ...19744589125
a myxomycete with a singular myxamoebal encystment stage. 19734589741
plating isolation of various catalase-negative microorganisms from soil.a procedure using nutritionally minimal media is presented for the plating isolation, but not enumeration, of various catalase-negative microorganisms from soil.19744595965
a new species of arthrobacter which degrades picolinic acid. 19744598865
dna base composition of some sheathed bacteria. 19744599089
aminoacyl-trna transferases. 19744599413
generic composition and nutritional requirements of bacteria isolated from three lakes. 19744599821
metabolism of 2-deoxy-d-glucose by baker's yeast. vi. a study on cell wall mannan. 19744601200
structure of the mannan from saccharomyces strain fh4c, a mutant constitutive for invertase biosynthesis. ii. protein moiety and components of the carbohydrate-peptide bonds. 19744603217
morphology and physiology of coryneform bacteria. 19744604791
peptidoglycans (mucopeptides): structure, function, and variations. 19744604888
relationships among coryneform bacteria from soil, cheese and sea fish. 19744605036
microbiological transformation of bile acids. 19734608725
the metabolism and biological actions of coumarins. 19744617903
the copolymeric structure of pig skin dermatan suplhate. characterization of d-glucuronic acid-containing oligosaccharides isolated after controlled degradation of oxydermatan sulphate.selective periodate oxidation of unsubstituted l-iduronic acid residues in copolymeric dermatan sulphate chains was followed by reduction-hydrolysis or alkaline elimination. by this procedure the glucuronic acid-containing periods were isolated in oligosaccharide form; general formula: [formula: see text] further degradation of these oligosaccharides with chondroitinase-ac yielded three types of products: (a) sulphated trisaccharide containing an unsaturated uronosyl moiety in the non-reducing t ...19744618474
[microbiological transformation of organic compounds in co-oxidation conditions]. 19724623307
immunodiffusion and fluorescent antibody methods to distinguish rod from coccoid forms of a species of arthrobacter. 19724624206
extensive microbial degradation of ddt in vitro and ddt metabolism by natural communities. 19724626578
covalently bound flavin in d-6-hydroxynicotine oxidase from arthrobacter oxidans. purification and properties of d-6-hydroxynicotine oxidase. 19724628374
phosphoenolpyruvate, a new inhibitor of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase. 19724629561
evolutionary mechanism of adaptation of arthrobacter histodinolovorans and pseudomonas aeruginosa to use l-histidinol as a sole source of nitrogen and carbon. 19724630547
the biological activity of some siderochrome derivatives. 19734631899
[microbiological properties of soils in northern france: arthrobacter extent]. 19724632290
a numerical study on the relationships of listeria and erysipelothrix. 19724632765
bacterial carotenoids. 38. c 50 -carotenoids. 9. isolation of decaprenoxanthin mono- and diglucoside from an arthrobacter sp. 19724635696
the bacterial oxidation of nicotine. 8. synthesis of 2,3,6-trihydroxypyridine and accumulation and partial characterization of the product of 2,6-dihydroxypyridine oxidation. 19724636328
biochemical transformations of herbicide-derived anilines in culture medium and in soil. 19724649740
[development cycle of arthrobacter simplex (jensen) lochhead during cultivation on different media]. 19724657955
[properties and taxonomic position of some coryneform bacteria that assimilate hydrocarbons]. 19724663473
[systematics of mycobacterium and related organisms]. 19724667388
lipid composition of growing and starving cells of arthrobacter crystallopoietes.the lipid composition of growing and starving cells of arthrobacter crystallopoietes was compared. although the lipid composition of the two cell types was similar, the amount of total lipids recovered from the starving cells was 30.4% less than that recovered from the growing cells. the loss of lipids, as compared to the loss of total cell mass during starvation, was (i) proportional to the loss of the cell mass (phosphatidylinositol, phosphatidylglycerol-2, and cardiolipin), (ii) greater than ...19724669211
arthrobacter mysorens--a new species excreting l-glutamic acid. 19724679432
amino acid sequence of the threonine-containing mureins of coryneform a study of the mureins of coryneform bacteria (arthrobacter, brevibacterium, cellulomonas, corynebacterium, erysipelothrix), 21 threonine-containing strains were found. in several of the strains the amino acid and amino sugar composition of the murein was muramic acid (mur), glucosamine (glcnh(2)), d-glu, l-lys, l-thr, and ala in a molar ratio of 1:1:1:1:1:4 or 5, and in several other strains it was mur, glcnh(2), d-glu, l-lys, l-thr, ala, and l-ser in a molar ratio of 1:1:1:1:1:3:1. the amin ...19734683671
[microbiological and chemical syntheses in the field of cardenolides and bufadienolides]. 19734688770
[amino acid sequence of 2,4-diaminobutyric acid-containing mureins of various coryneform bacteria and agromyces ramosus]. 19734693054
the flavin content of a hydrocarbon-utilizing bacterium. 19734697264
glucose utilization dependence on preferred carbon-source growth in an arthrobacter sp. 19734700353
deactivation of rg seed dressing by arthrobacter sp. 2b. 19734701337
the structure of nicotine blue from arthrobacter oxidans. 19734707595
metabolism of endothall by aquatic microorganisms. 19734708803
trimethylamine metabolism in obligate and facultative methylotrophs.1. twelve bacterial isolates that grow with trimethylamine as sole source of carbon and energy were obtained in pure culture. all the isolates grow on methylamine, dimethylamine and trimethylamine. one isolate, bacterium 4b6, grows only on these methylamines whereas another isolate, bacterium c2a1, also grows on methanol but neither grows on methane; these two organisms are obligate methylotrophs. the other ten isolates grow on a variety of c(i) and other organic compounds and are therefore facu ...19734722893
physiological properties and enzymatic activity of an arthrobacter capable of lysing fusarium sp. 19734723721
changes in rna transcription during morphogenesis of arthrobacter crystallopoietes. 19734723945
abolition of crypticity of arthrobacter pyridinolis toward glucose and alpha-glucosides by tricarboxylic acid cycle intermediates.arthrobacter pyridinolis cannot grow on glucose as sole carbon source, although the cells possess catabolic enzymes of the embden-meyerhof and pentose phosphate pathways as well as a complete tricarboxylic acid cycle. crypticity toward glucose is abolished by a period of growth in a medium containing malate, succinate, citrate, or fumarate in addition to glucose. other carbon sources, which support as rapid growth as does malate (e.g. asparagine), do not enable the cells to use glucose. malate, ...19734745416
covalently bound flavin in d-6-hydroxynicotine oxidase from arthrobacter oxidans. amino-acid sequence of the fad-peptide. 19734745730
2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetate metabolism by arthrobacter sp.: accumulation of a enzyme preparation from 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetate-grown arthrobacter sp. converted cis,cis-2,4-dichloromuconate to chloromaleylacetate. the enzyme lactonizing the dichloromuconate to yield 2-chloro-4-carboxymethylene but-2-enolide was separated from the butenolide-delactonizing enzyme.19734751794
evidence for two rna polymerases in arthrobacter, a morphogenetic bacterium. 19734753195
the effect of linuron and chlorpropham on glutamic acid production by arthrobacter globiformis. 19734755157
enzymic lignin, its release and utilization by bacteria. 19734765901
[comparative study of the amino acid and polysaccharide composition of the cell walls of mycocci and micrococci]. 19734791535
[numerical taxonomy in the study of bacterial soil microflora in the north of france]. 19734791971
oxamicetin, a new antibiotic of bacterial origin. i. production, isolation and properties. 19734792387
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