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View Resource Mono Lake Microbial Observatory

This site is home of the Mono Lake Microbial Observatory. The primary goal of the Mono Lake Microbial Observatory project is to examine the distributions of Mono Lake microbes and to understand the response of microbial assemblages to chemical and physical gradients. This project provides a unique opportunity to identify novel microorganisms and define interactions among microorganisms. The...

View Resource Mono Basin Clearinghouse

This site serves as a comprehensive listing of scientific information on the Mono Basin, California. It is organized into the following categories: reports and studies database; reports and studies online; raw data, field notes, and photos; historical information; legal documents and transcripts; current ongoing research; chronologies and timelines; geographic information systems; and other links.

View Resource Phylogenetic Characterization of the Bacterial Assemblage Associated with Mucous Secretions of the Hydrothermal Vent Polychaete Paralvinella Palmiformis

This FEMS Microbiology Ecology journal article features a culture-independent molecular analysis of the bacterial assemblage associated with mucous secretions of the Northeastern Pacific vent polychaete Paralvinella palmiformis. It reports the presence of Verrucomicrobia, Fusobacteria and green non-sulfur bacteria on hydrothermal edifices. The potential functions of the detected bacteria are...

View Resource Mono Lake Microbial Observatory Progress Report

In this report a diagram is explained that shows the distribution of physical and biological properties at increasing depths, which includes temperature and fluorescence along with DGGE profiles. The distribution and importance of the single celled organism Picocystis in this unique ecosystem is highlighted.

View Resource Signature Lipids and Stable Carbon Isotope Analyses of Octopus Spring Hyperthermophilic Communities Compared with Those of Aquificales Representatives

This journal article reports a study originally intended to examine the microbial composition of Octopus Spring and nearby vent biofilms. The article compares the lipid profiles of several genera within the Aquificales as well as measurements of the isotopic carbon fractionation associated with autotrophic and heterotrophic growth of Thermocrinis ruber. Results of the study have led to improved...

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