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Possible role of bacteriophage-mediated horizontal gene transfer on microbial adaptations to environmental stressors in polar ecosystems / Michael C. Storrie-Lombardi, Shannon J. Williamson.

Title: Possible role of bacteriophage-mediated horizontal gene transfer on microbial adaptations to environmental stressors in polar ecosystems / Michael C. Storrie-Lombardi, Shannon J. Williamson.
Author(s): Storrie-Lombardi, Michael C.
Williamson, Shannon J.
Date: 2009.
Publisher: London: Taylor & Francis
In: Polar microbiology : the ecology, biodiversity and bioremediation potential of microorganisms in extremely cold environments. (2009.),
Abstract: Evaluates bacteriophage-mediated horizontal gene transfer (HGT) with particular reference to possible role in information transfer between microbes in extreme environments, and its relevance to natural bioremediation potential of polar microbial community. Describes mechanisms and frequency of HGT, phage-mediated transduction, and transfer between phylogenetically distant organisms; and discusses problem of microbial adaptation to multiple environmental stressors in polar regions, and evidence for HGT in Antarctic bioremediation.
Notes:

In: Polar microbiology : the ecology, biodiversity and bioremediation potential of microorganisms in extremely cold environments / Asim K. Bej, Jackie Aislabie, Ronald M. Atlas, eds.

Keywords: 57 -- Biology.
574 -- Ecology.
579 -- Microbiology and bacteriology.
575 -- Genetics.
575.2 -- Variation, biological.
575.826 -- Biological adaptation.
576.3 -- Cell structure.
574.2.043/.045 -- Organisms, influence of physical environment.
574.24 -- Habitat conditions, effect of alterations.
F -- Biological sciences.
(*2) -- Polar regions.
(*7) -- Antarctic regions.
SPRI record no.: 191116

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