L15W09_MIC105_FunWithC1.043

L15W09_MIC105_FunWithC1.043 - CO oxidation...

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Unformatted text preview: CO oxidation I "Carboxydatrophic" bacteria I Generally hydrogen oxidizing bacteria that can also use CO as the electron donor I Grow autotrophically Via Calvin cycle - to Fix CO2 generated through oxidation of CO I carbon monoxide dehydrogenase (Mb- containing enzyme) I Upper layers of soil and deep ocean are significant sinks [reservoirs] at CO I Pseudomonas carboxydovorans I Organoheterotrophs as well as CO ...
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