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  1. All Kinds of Sunny Colors Synthesized from Methane: Genome-Encoded Carotenoid Production by Methylomonas Species
  2. One Step Closer to Enigmatic USCα Methanotrophs: Isolation of a Methylocapsa-like Bacterium from a Subarctic Soil
  3. One Step Closer to Enigmatic USCα Methanotrophs: Isolation of a Methylocapsa-Like Bacterium from a Subarctic Soil
  4. Growing in Saltwater: Biotechnological Potential of Novel Methylotuvimicrobium- and Methylomarinum-like Methanotrophic Bacteria
  5. Describing difficult-to-culture bacteria: Taking a shortcut or investing time to discover something new?
  6. Growing in saltwater: biotechnological potential of novel Methylotuvimicrobium- and Methylomarinum-like methanotrophic bacteria
  7. Building a Cell House from Cellulose: The Case of the Soil Acidobacterium Acidisarcina polymorpha SBC82T
  8. Complete Genome Sequence of Methylococcus capsulatus MIR, a Methanotroph Capable of Growth on Methanol
  9. Judicial Opinions 112–122
  10. Corrigendum: Hydrolytic Capabilities as a Key to Environmental Success: Chitinolytic and Cellulolytic Acidobacteria From Acidic Sub-arctic Soils and Boreal Peatlands
  11. Judicial Opinions 103–111
  12. Highly Distinct Microbial Communities in Elevated Strings and Submerged Flarks in the Boreal Aapa-Type Mire
  13. Rokubacteria in Northern Peatlands: Habitat Preferences and Diversity Patterns
  14. Peat-Inhabiting Verrucomicrobia of the Order Methylacidiphilales Do Not Possess Methanotrophic Capabilities
  15. Complete genome sequence of the cellulolytic planctomycete Telmatocola sphagniphila SP2T and characterization of the first cellulolytic enzyme from planctomycetes
  16. Expanding Characterized Diversity and the Pool of Complete Genome Sequences of Methylococcus Species, the Bacteria of High Environmental and Biotechnological Relevance
  17. Complete Genome Sequence of Paludibaculum fermentans P105 T , a Facultatively Anaerobic Acidobacterium Capable of Dissimilatory Fe(III) Reduction
  18. Wide distribution of Phycisphaera ‐like planctomycetes from WD2101 soil group in peatlands and genome analysis of the first cultivated representative
  19. Methane-Oxidizing Communities in Lichen-Dominated Forested Tundra Are Composed Exclusively of High-Affinity USCα Methanotrophs
  20. Frigoriglobus tundricola gen. nov., sp. nov., a psychrotolerant cellulolytic planctomycete of the family Gemmataceae from a littoral tundra wetland
  21. Pan-Genome-Based Analysis as a Framework for Demarcating Two Closely Related Methanotroph Genera Methylocystis and Methylosinus
  22. Closely Located but Totally Distinct: Highly Contrasting Prokaryotic Diversity Patterns in Raised Bogs and Eutrophic Fens
  23. Linking ecology and systematics of acidobacteria: Distinct habitat preferences of the Acidobacteriia and Blastocatellia in tundra soils
  24. Limnoglobus roseus gen. nov., sp. nov., a novel freshwater planctomycete with a giant genome from the family Gemmataceae
  25. Lacipirellula parvula gen. nov., sp. nov., representing a lineage of planctomycetes widespread in low-oxygen habitats, description of the family Lacipirellulaceae fam. nov. and proposal of the orders Pirellulales ord. nov., Gemmatales ord. nov. and Iso...
  26. Thriving in Wetlands: Ecophysiology of the Spiral-Shaped Methanotroph Methylospira mobilis as Revealed by the Complete Genome Sequence
  27. 100‐year‐old enigma solved: identification, genomic characterization and biogeography of the yet unculturedPlanctomyces bekefii
  28. Draft Genome Sequence of Methylocystis heyeri H2 T , a Methanotroph with Habitat-Specific Adaptations, Isolated from a Peatland Ecosystem
  29. Methylotetracoccus oryzae Strain C50C1 Is a Novel Type Ib Gammaproteobacterial Methanotroph Adapted to Freshwater Environments
  30. Complete Genome Sequence of the Aerobic Facultative Methanotroph Methylocella tundrae Strain T4
  31. Widespread soil bacterium that oxidizes atmospheric methane
  32. Fatty Acid and Hopanoid Adaption to Cold in the Methanotroph Methylovulum psychrotolerans
  33. Granulicella sibirica sp. nov., a psychrotolerant acidobacterium isolated from an organic soil layer in forested tundra, West Siberia
  34. Refining the taxonomic structure of the phylum Acidobacteria
  35. Planctomycetes in boreal and subarctic wetlands: diversity patterns and potential ecological functions
  36. Hydrolytic Capabilities as a Key to Environmental Success: Chitinolytic and Cellulolytic Acidobacteria From Acidic Sub-arctic Soils and Boreal Peatlands
  37. Edaphobacter lichenicola sp. nov., a member of the family Acidobacteriaceae from lichen-dominated forested tundra
  38. Draft Genome Sequence of Methylovulum psychrotolerans Sph1 T , an Obligate Methanotroph from Low-Temperature Environments
  39. Unusual Genomic Traits Suggest Methylocystis bryophila S285 to Be Well Adapted for Life in Peatlands
  40. Genome Analysis ofFimbriiglobus ruberSP5T, a Planctomycete with Confirmed Chitinolytic Capability
  41. Distinct diversity patterns of Planctomycetes associated with the freshwater macrophyte Nuphar lutea (L.) Smith
  42. Metatranscriptomics reveals the hydrolytic potential of peat-inhabiting Planctomycetes
  43. Tundrisphaera lichenicola gen. nov., sp. nov., a psychrotolerant representative of the family Isosphaeraceae from lichen-dominated tundra soils
  44. Draft Genome Sequence of Methylocapsa palsarum NE2T, an Obligate Methanotroph from Subarctic Soil
  45. Pheno- and Genotyping of Hopanoid Production in Acidobacteria
  46. Comparative Genomics of Four Isosphaeraceae Planctomycetes: A Common Pool of Plasmids and Glycoside Hydrolase Genes Shared by Paludisphaera borealis PX4T, Isosphaera pallida IS1BT, Singulisphaera acidiphila DSM 18658T, and Strain SH-PL62
  47. Defining the taxonomic status of described subdivision 3 Acidobacteria: proposal of Bryobacteraceae fam. nov.
  48. Fimbriiglobus ruber gen. nov., sp. nov., a Gemmata-like planctomycete from Sphagnum peat bog and the proposal of Gemmataceae fam. nov.
  49. High Diversity of Planctomycetes in Soils of Two Lichen-Dominated Sub-Arctic Ecosystems of Northwestern Siberia
  50. Identification of microbial populations driving biopolymer degradation in acidic peatlands by metatranscriptomic analysis
  51. Microbial community composition and methanotroph diversity of a subarctic wetland in Russia
  52. Emended description of the family Beijerinckiaceae and transfer of the genera Chelatococcus and Camelimonas to the family Chelatococcaceae fam. nov.
  53. Methylovulum psychrotolerans sp. nov., a cold-adapted methanotroph from low-temperature terrestrial environments, and emended description of the genus Methylovulum
  54. A new cell morphotype among methane oxidizers: a spiral-shaped obligately microaerophilic methanotroph from northern low-oxygen environments
  55. Paludisphaera borealis gen. nov., sp. nov., a hydrolytic planctomycete from northern wetlands, and proposal of Isosphaeraceae fam. nov.
  56. Methylocapsa palsarum sp. nov., a methanotroph isolated from a subArctic discontinuous permafrost ecosystem
  57. Decline of activity and shifts in the methanotrophic community structure of an ombrotrophic peat bog after wildfire
  58. Abundant Trimethylornithine Lipids and Specific Gene Sequences Are Indicative of Planctomycete Importance at the Oxic/Anoxic Interface in Sphagnum-Dominated Northern Wetlands
  59. Planctomicrobium piriforme gen. nov., sp. nov., a stalked planctomycete from a littoral wetland of a boreal lake
  60. Draft Genome Sequence of Methyloferula stellata AR4, an Obligate Methanotroph Possessing Only a Soluble Methane Monooxygenase
  61. Shifts in a bacterial community composition of a mesotrophic peatland after wildfire
  62. Methane-fed microbial microcosms show differential community dynamics and pinpoint taxa involved in communal response
  63. Gammaproteobacterial Methanotrophs Dominate Cold Methane Seeps in Floodplains of West Siberian Rivers
  64. Methylocella: a gourmand among methanotrophs
  65. Paludibaculum fermentans gen. nov., sp. nov., a facultative anaerobe capable of dissimilatory iron reduction from subdivision 3 of the Acidobacteria
  66. Descriptions of Roseiarcus fermentans gen. nov., sp. nov., a bacteriochlorophyll a-containing fermentative bacterium related phylogenetically to alphaproteobacterial methanotrophs, and of the family Roseiarcaceae fam. nov.
  67. Phylogeny of β-xylanases from Planctomycetes
  68. Abundance and diversity of methanotrophic Gammaproteobacteria in northern wetlands
  69. Filterable microbial forms in the Rybinsk water reservoir
  70. Methanotrophic bacteria in cold seeps of the floodplains of northern rivers
  71. Novel Mono-, Di-, and Trimethylornithine Membrane Lipids in Northern Wetland Planctomycetes
  72. Pyrosequencing-Based Assessment of the Bacteria Diversity in Surface and Subsurface Peat Layers of a Northern Wetland, with Focus on Poorly Studied Phyla and Candidate Divisions
  73. Microbiology of wetlands
  74. Microbiology of wetlands
  75. Acidophilic Planctomycetes: Expanding the Horizons of New Planctomycete Diversity
  76. Methylomonas paludis sp. nov., the first acid-tolerant member of the genus Methylomonas, from an acidic wetland
  77. Lateral gene transfer between the Bacteroidetes and Acidobacteria: The case of α‐l‐rhamnosidases
  78. Prokaryotic ultramicroforms in a Sphagnum peat bog of upper Volga catchment
  79. A novel filamentous planctomycete of the Isosphaera-Singulisphaera group isolated from a Sphagnum peat bog
  80. Methylocystis bryophila sp. nov., a facultatively methanotrophic bacterium from acidic Sphagnum peat, and emended description of the genus Methylocystis (ex Whittenbury et al. 1970) Bowman et al. 1993
  81. Molecular identification of filterable bacteria and archaea in the water of acidic lakes of northern Russia
  82. Bryocella elongata gen. nov., sp. nov., a member of subdivision 1 of the Acidobacteria isolated from a methanotrophic enrichment culture, and emended description of Edaphobacter aggregans Koch et al. 2008
  83. Abundance, Diversity, and Depth Distribution of Planctomycetes in Acidic Northern Wetlands
  84. Telmatocola sphagniphila gen. nov., sp. nov., a Novel Dendriform Planctomycete from Northern Wetlands
  85. Acidicapsa borealis gen. nov., sp. nov. and Acidicapsa ligni sp. nov., subdivision 1 Acidobacteria from Sphagnum peat and decaying wood
  86. Phylogenetic composition of bacterial communities in small boreal lakes and ombrotrophic bogs of the upper Volga basin
  87. Bacterial populations and environmental factors controlling cellulose degradation in an acidicSphagnumpeat
  88. 13,16-Dimethyl Octacosanedioic Acid (iso-Diabolic Acid), a Common Membrane-Spanning Lipid of Acidobacteria Subdivisions 1 and 3
  89. Telmatobacter bradus gen. nov., sp. nov., a cellulolytic facultative anaerobe from subdivision 1 of the Acidobacteria, and emended description of Acidobacterium capsulatum Kishimoto et al. 1991
  90. Singulisphaera rosea sp. nov., a planctomycete from acidic Sphagnum peat, and emended description of the genus Singulisphaera
  91. Acetate utilization as a survival strategy of peat‐inhabiting Methylocystis spp.
  92. Facultative and Obligate Methanotrophs
  93. Cultivating Uncultured Bacteria from Northern Wetlands: Knowledge Gained and Remaining Gaps
  94. Methyloferula stellata gen. nov., sp. nov., an acidophilic, obligately methanotrophic bacterium that possesses only a soluble methane monooxygenase
  95. Complete Genome Sequence of Beijerinckia indica subsp. indica
  96. Complete Genome Sequence of the Aerobic Facultative Methanotroph Methylocella silvestris BL2
  97. Granulicella paludicola gen. nov., sp. nov., Granulicella pectinivorans sp. nov., Granulicella aggregans sp. nov. and Granulicella rosea sp. nov., acidophilic, polymer-degrading acidobacteria from Sphagnum peat bogs
  98. Methylocapsa aurea sp. nov., a facultative methanotroph possessing a particulate methane monooxygenase, and emended description of the genus Methylocapsa
  99. Facultative Methane Oxidizers
  100. Acidic Environments
  101. Exploring methanotroph diversity in acidic northern wetlands: Molecular and cultivation-based studies
  102. Larkinella arboricola sp. nov., a new spiral-shaped bacterium of the phylum Bacteroidetes isolated from the microbial community of decomposing wood
  103. Bryobacter aggregatus gen. nov., sp. nov., a peat-inhabiting, aerobic chemo-organotroph from subdivision 3 of the Acidobacteria
  104. Methylovirgula ligni gen. nov., sp. nov., an obligately acidophilic, facultatively methylotrophic bacterium with a highly divergent mxaF gene
  105. Acidisoma tundrae gen. nov., sp. nov. and Acidisoma sibiricum sp. nov., two acidophilic, psychrotolerant members of the Alphaproteobacteria from acidic northern wetlands
  106. A review of the monograph by Yu.A. Trotsenko and V.N. Khmelenina Extermofil’nye metanotrofy (Extremophilic Methanotrophs) (Pushchino: ONTI PNTs RAN, 2008, 206 pp.)
  107. Cellulolytic streptomycetes from Sphagnum peat bogs and factors controlling their activity
  108. Zavarzinella formosa gen. nov., sp. nov., a novel stalked, Gemmata-like planctomycete from a Siberian peat bog
  109. Inadequacy of enrichment culture technique for assessing the structure of methanotrophic communities in peat soil
  110. Singulisphaera acidiphila gen. nov., sp. nov., a non-filamentous, Isosphaera-like planctomycete from acidic northern wetlands
  111. Substrate-induced growth and isolation of Acidobacteria from acidic Sphagnum peat
  112. Schlesneria paludicola gen. nov., sp. nov., the first acidophilic member of the order Planctomycetales, from Sphagnum-dominated boreal wetlands
  113. Analysis of the bacterial community developing in the course of Sphagnum moss decomposition
  114. Mucilaginibacter paludis gen. nov., sp. nov. and Mucilaginibacter gracilis sp. nov., pectin-, xylan- and laminarin-degrading members of the family Sphingobacteriaceae from acidic Sphagnum peat bog
  115. Methylocystis heyeri sp. nov., a novel type II methanotrophic bacterium possessing 'signature' fatty acids of type I methanotrophs
  116. High abundance of planctomycetes in anoxic layers of a Sphagnum peat bog
  117. Isolation of aerobic, gliding, xylanolytic and laminarinolytic bacteria from acidic Sphagnum peatlands and emended description of Chitinophaga arvensicola Kampfer et al. 2006
  118. The leading role of actinobacteria in aerobic cellulose degradation in Sphagnum peat bogs
  119. Asticcacaulis benevestitus sp. nov., a psychrotolerant, dimorphic, prosthecate bacterium from tundra wetland soil
  120. Rhodoblastus sphagnicola sp. nov., a novel acidophilic purple non-sulfur bacterium from Sphagnum peat bog
  121. Detection of representatives of the Planctomycetes in Sphagnum peat bogs by molecular and cultivation approaches
  122. Phylogenetic Analysis and In Situ Identification of Bacteria Community Composition in an Acidic Sphagnum Peat Bog
  123. Bacteria of the genus Burkholderia as a typical component of the microbial community of Sphagnum peat bogs
  124. Evaluation of the Phylogenetic Diversity of Prokaryotic Microorganisms in Sphagnum Peat Bogs by Means of Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization (FISH)
  125. Regulation of methane oxidation in the facultative methanotroph Methylocella silvestris BL2
  126. Methanol and Glucose Metabolism in Beijerinckia mobilis
  127. Retrieval of first genome data for rice cluster I methanogens by a combination of cultivation and molecular techniques
  128. Methylocella Species Are Facultatively Methanotrophic
  129. Methylotrophic Autotrophy in Beijerinckia mobilis
  130. Methane utilization by Methylobacterium species: new evidence but still no proof for an old controversy
  131. Inhibition of Growth and Methane Consumption in Methylocapsa acidiphila by Mineral Salts
  132. NifH and NifD phylogenies: an evolutionary basis for understanding nitrogen fixation capabilities of methanotrophic bacteria
  133. Methylocella tundrae sp. nov., a novel methanotrophic bacterium from acidic tundra peatlands
  134. Methylocella silvestris sp. nov., a novel methanotroph isolated from an acidic forest cambisol
  135. Differential detection of type II methanotrophic bacteria in acidic peatlands using newly developed 16S rRNA-targeted fluorescent oligonucleotide probes
  136. Isolation of a Methylocystis strain containing a novel pmoA-like gene
  137. Methylocapsa acidiphila gen. nov., sp. nov., a novel methane-oxidizing and dinitrogen-fixing acidophilic bacterium from Sphagnum bog.
  138. A novel pmoA lineage represented by the acidophilic methanotrophic bacterium Methylocapsa acidophila B2
  139. Erratum to: A novel pmoA lineage represented by the acidophilic methanotrophic bacterium Methylocapsa acidophila B2
  140. Detection and Enumeration of Methanotrophs in Acidic Sphagnum Peat by 16S rRNA Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization, Including the Use of Newly Developed Oligonucleotide Probes for Methylocella palustris
  141. Metabolic and Environmental Control on Methane Emission from Soils: Mechanistic Studies of Mesotrophic Fen in West Siberia
  142. Cold season CH4 and CO2 emission from boreal peat bogs (West Siberia): Winter fluxes and thaw activation dynamics
  143. Methylocella palustris gen. nov., sp. nov., a new methane-oxidizing acidophilic bacterium from peat bogs, representing a novel subtype of serine-pathway methanotrophs
  144. Isolation of Acidophilic Methane-Oxidizing Bacteria from Northern Peat Wetlands
  145. Acidophilic Methanotrophic Communities from Sphagnum Peat Bogs