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Deep sea hydrothermal bacteria

Don Chen chend at ucs.orst.edu
Fri Feb 16 14:31:14 EST 1996

B. R. Kulak <kulak at acpub.duke.edu> wrote:

>dave.thomson (dave.thomson at turner.com) wrote:
>:          Hi folks!  My name is Sandy. I'm looking for info on bacteria that 
>grow at : deep-sea hydrothermal vents and live primarily on hydrogen sulfide.  
>I read : that they also have been found inthe volcanic crater of Mt. Saint 
>Helens.This : address is not my personal address but I will receive e-mail 
>sent to me through : the above address. Thanks,Sandy


>I strongly recommend a relatively new book (1995) edited by David Karl of the 
>University of Hawaii, entitled "Microbiology of Deep-sea Hydrothermal Vents."

>This should have all of the information you need, but should you want to 
>explore something further, the references in the book will point you in the 
>right direction.

>Hope this helps,

>Brian Kulak

Just a quick additional thought.  Look at the papers by Karl's
student, Craig Moyer, who published a series of articles in Appl.
Environ. Microbiol. in 1994-95 on communities around the Lohi
seamount.  Don't know if these were ready when Karl put together his
book.  Also, Craig Carey looked at endosymbionts of tube worms, but I
don't have the references here.


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