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  1. Survival of Desulfotomaculum spores from estuarine sediments after serial autoclaving and high-temperature exposure
  2. A review of prokaryotic populations and processes in sub-seafloor sediments, including biosphere:geosphere interactions
  3. Betaine utilization by methanogens
  4. Phosphate-free ornithine lipid contents in Desulfovibrio spp. respond to growth temperature
  5. Advection and diffusion determine vertical distribution of microbial communities in intertidal sediments as revealed by combined biogeochemical and molecular biological analysis
  6. Choline utilization by Methanococcoides spp.
  7. Enrichment and cultivation of prokaryotes associated with the sulphate-methane transition zone of diffusion-controlled sediments of Aarhus Bay, Denmark, under heterotrophic conditions
  8. Prokaryotes stimulate mineral H2 formation for the deep biosphere and subsequent thermogenic activity
  9. Sub-seafloor Sediments: An Extreme but Globally Significant Prokaryotic Habitat (Taxonomy, Diversity, Ecology)
  10. Methods for Studying Methanogens and Methanogenesis in Marine Sediments
  11. Culturable prokaryotic diversity of deep, gas hydrate sediments: first use of a continuous high-pressure, anaerobic, enrichment and isolation system for subseafloor sediments (DeepIsoBUG)
  12. Tateyamaria pelophila sp. nov., a facultatively anaerobic alphaproteobacterium isolated from tidal-flat sediment, and emended descriptions of the genus Tateyamaria and of Tateyamaria omphalii
  13. Desulfovibrio idahonensis sp. nov., sulfate-reducing bacteria isolated from a metal(loid)-contaminated freshwater sediment
  14. Prokaryotic Populations and Activities in an Interbedded Coal Deposit, Including a Previously Deeply Buried Section (1.6–2.3 km) Above ∼ 150 Ma Basement Rock
  15. Subsurface microbiology and biogeochemistry of a deep, cold-water carbonate mound from the Porcupine Seabight (IODP Expedition 307)
  16. Deep Sub-Surface
  17. High Variations in Endospore Numbers within Tidal Flat Sediments Revealed by Quantification of Dipicolinic Acid
  18. Variable temperature-related changes in fatty acid composition of bacterial isolates from German Wadden sea sediments representing different bacterial phyla
  19. Assessment of spore contamination in pepper by determination of dipicolinic acid with a highly sensitive HPLC approach
  20. Gammaproteobacteria as a Possible Source of Eicosapentaenoic Acid in Anoxic Intertidal Sediments
  21. Identity and abundance of active sulfate-reducing bacteria in deep tidal flat sediments determined by directed cultivation and CARD-FISH analysis
  22. Diversity of Bacillus-like organisms isolated from deep-sea hypersaline anoxic sediments
  23. Distribution of candidate division JS1 and other Bacteria in tidal sediments of the German Wadden Sea using targeted 16S rRNA gene PCR-DGGE
  24. Two Distinct Photobacterium Populations Thrive in Ancient Mediterranean Sapropels
  25. Spore dipicolinic acid contents used for estimating the number of endospores in sediments
  26. A highly sensitive HPLC method for determination of nanomolar concentrations of dipicolinic acid, a characteristic constituent of bacterial endospores
  27. Phylogenetic and Physiological Diversity of Cultured Deep-Biosphere Bacteria from Equatorial Pacific Ocean and Peru Margin Sediments
  28. Methane and sulfate profiles within the subsurface of a tidal flat are reflected by the distribution of sulfate-reducing bacteria and methanogenic archaea
  29. Desulfosporosinus lacus sp. nov., a sulfate-reducing bacterium isolated from pristine freshwater lake sediments
  30. Widespread distribution and high abundance of Rhizobium radiobacter within Mediterranean subsurface sediments
  31. Specific Bacterial, Archaeal, and Eukaryotic Communities in Tidal-Flat Sediments along a Vertical Profile of Several Meters
  32. Deep biosphere-related bacteria within the subsurface of tidal flat sediments
  33. Vertical distribution of sulfate-reducing bacteria at the oxic-anoxic interface in sediments of the oligotrophic Lake Stechlin
  34. Sensitive Determination of Microbial Growth by Nucleic Acid Staining in Aqueous Suspension
  35. Microbial Diversity in Coastal Subsurface Sediments: a Cultivation Approach Using Various Electron Acceptors and Substrate Gradients
  36. Desulfovibrio brasiliensis sp. nov., a moderate halophilic sulfate-reducing bacterium from Lagoa Vermelha (Brazil) mediating dolomite formation
  37. Distributions of Microbial Activities in Deep Subseafloor Sediments
  38. Isolation of Sulfate-Reducing Bacteria from the Terrestrial Deep Subsurface and Description of Desulfovibrio cavernae sp. nov.
  39. Quantitative analysis of bacterial communities from Mediterranean sapropels based on cultivation-dependent methods
  40. Desulfosporomusa polytropa gen. nov., sp. nov., a novel sulfate-reducing bacterium from sediments of an oligotrophic lake
  41. Microbial communities in a Wadden Sea sediment core—clues from analyses of intact glyceride lipids, and released fatty acids
  42. Ongoing Modification of Mediterranean Pleistocene Sapropels Mediated by Prokaryotes
  43. Growth and chemosensory behavior of sulfate-reducing bacteria in oxygen–sulfide gradients
  44. Phospholipid analysis as a tool to study complex microbial communities in marine sediments
  45. Microbial Communities in the Chemocline of a Hypersaline Deep-Sea Basin (Urania Basin, Mediterranean Sea)
  46. Monoalkylether phospholipids in the sulfate-reducing bacteria Desulfosarcina variabilis and Desulforhabdus amnigenus
  47. Isolation of Desulfovibrio intestinalis sp. nov. from the hindgut of the lower termite Mastotermes darwiniensis
  48. High genetic and physiological diversity of sulfate-reducing bacteria isolated from an oligotrophic lake sediment
  49. Psychrotolerant Sulfate-reducing Bacteria from an Oxic Freshwater Sediment Description of Desulfovibrio cuneatus sp. nov. and Desulfovibrio litoralis sp. nov.
  50. The ecological niche of the consortium " Pelochromatium roseum "
  51. Formation of thionates by freshwater and marine strains of sulfate-reducing bacteria
  52. Response of sulphate-reducing bacteria to oxygen
  53. The sub-seafloor biosphere and sulphate-reducing prokaryotes: their presence and significance
  54. 1. Studies on prokaryotic populations and processes in subseafloor sediments – an update