By William D. Grant (auth.), Dr. Antonio Ventosa (eds.)
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"The starting place of this publication is a world assembly hung on halophilic microorganisms, geared up in Seville, Spain, in 2001. In 22 chapters contributed via greater than a hundred authors, each one a consultant in his box, quite a few points of the biology of those extremophilic organisms … are handled … . this booklet is a needs to for each researcher inspired via reports on those halophilic organisms." (Klaus Hausmann, eu magazine of Protistology, Vol. forty-one (1), 2005)
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Can J Microbiol 1:486–494 Chislett ME, Kushner DJ (1961a) A strain of Bacillus circulans capable of growing under highly alkaline conditions. J Gen Microbiol 24:187–190 12 M. Kates Chislett ME, Kushner DJ (1961b) Germination under alkaline conditions and transmission of alkali resistance by endospores of certain strains of Bacillus cereus and Bacillus circulans. J Gen Microbiol 25:151–156 Choquet CG, Kushner DJ (1990) The use of natural messenger RNAs in cell-free protein synthesizing systems of the moderate halophile Vibrio costicola.
1982); mercury in the Ottawa River (Kushner et al. 1979); and microbial effects on mercury in natural waters (Ramamoorthy et al. 1977, 1982, 1983). The information provided by these studies was of great importance to the environmental “pollution problem”, particularly mercury contamination of the Ottawa River. Donn Kushner published over 150 research papers, book chapters and reviews, resulting from his research work at the University of Ottawa and NRC. This body of work established him internationally as a leading researcher and authority on microbial life in extreme environments, including halophiles and psychrophiles, and of microbial ecology.
These are widely distributed, but often in relatively inaccessible parts of the world. One of the most accessible areas is the East African Rift Valley, part of an enormous volcanic rift that stretches from the north of Africa with an eastern branch through Kenya and Tanzania (Fig. 1). My geologist colleagues in Leicester had been examining the geology and hydrology of the area for some time. The climate of the rift is semi-arid or arid with a geology dominated by Na+ trachyte lavas as a consequence of vulcanism (still active in certain areas).
Halophilic Microorganisms by William D. Grant (auth.), Dr. Antonio Ventosa (eds.)