Biologically, trace amounts of CO are formed during microbial and animal respiration by the breakdown of heme compounds. ... Hence, CO production is not an integral part of the photosynthesis process. Nevertheless, cy- anobacteria and algae make the oceans net producers of CO (Swinnerton et al., 1970; Weinstock and Niki, 1972; Seiler, 1978). ... Aerobically, the aquot;carboxydo- bacteria, aquot; such as Pseudomonas carboxidoflava and Pseudomonas carboxydohydrogena, are capable ofanbsp;...
|Author||:||Ronald M. Atlas, Richard Bartha|
|Publisher||:||Addison Wesley Publishing Company - 1987|