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Conversion of Uric Acid into Ammonium in Oil-Degradin Marine Microbial Communities: a Possible Role of Halomonads

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Conversion of Uric Acid into Ammonium in Oil-Degradin Marine Microbial Communities: a Possible Role of Halomonads

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Conversion of Uric Acid into Ammonium in Oil-Degradin Marine Microbial Communities: a Possible Role of Halomonads

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Conversion of Uric Acid into Ammonium in Oil-Degradin Marine Microbial Communities: a Possible Role of Halomonads

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Springer

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Microbial ecology, 2015, Vol.70 (3), p.724-740

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TN_cdi_jstor_primary_24543476

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English

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ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY

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Uric acid is a promising hydrophobic nitrogen source for biostimulation of microbial activities in oilimpacted marine environments. This study investigated metabolic processes and microbial community changes in a series of microcosms using sediment from the Mediterranean and the Red Sea amended with ammonium and uric acid. Respiration, emulsificati...

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Conversion of Uric Acid into Ammonium in Oil-Degradin Marine Microbial Communities: a Possible Role of Halomonads

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0095-3628

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1432-184X

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