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Interactions between actinophage and streptomycetes in soil and the fate of phage-borne genes

Marsh, Peter.

Interactions between actinophage and streptomycetes in soil and the fate of phage-borne genes

by Marsh, Peter.

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Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Warwick, 1993.

Statementby Peter Marsh.
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Marsh, Peter () Interactions between actinophage and streptomycetes in soil and the fate of phage-borne genes. PhD thesis, University of Warwick. Mihdhir, Alaa () The physiology, biochemistry and genetics of propane metabolism in Rhodococcus rhodochrous PNKb1. PhD thesis, University of Warwick. Clin Microbiol Infect ; – The DNA-based techniques used to detect bacteria in clinical samples are unable to discriminate between live bacteria, dead bacteria, and extracellular DNA.

Marsh, Peter () Interactions between actinophage and streptomycetes in soil and the fate of phage-borne genes. PhD thesis, University of Warwick. Randhawa, J. S. (Jaspal Singh) () Molecular characterisation of the pneumonia virus of mice glycoprotein genes.   Get this from a library! Gene Transfers and Environment: Proceedings of the Third European Meeting on Bacterial Genetics and Ecology (BAGECO-3), November , Villefranche-sur-Mer, France. [Michel Gauthier] -- Provided here is an up-to-date survey of gene transfers in the main natural habitats, with a special reference to genetically engineered microorganisms.

Streptomycetes are traditionally considered as soil dwelling organisms. 1 The success of these filamentous bacteria in terrestrial environments is attributed to their ability to produce an array of catabolic enzymes that degrade biopolymers. Streptomyces strains also produce mixtures of antimicrobial compounds, allowing them so to defend their substrates. 2 Of the scores of soil-borne.   Streptomyces is the most important bacterial genus for bioactive compound production. These soil bacteria are characterized by a complex differentiation cycle. Streptomyces is extremely important in biotechnology, producing approximately two thirds of all antibiotics, as well as many compounds of medical and agricultural interest. Drug discovery from streptomycetes became .


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Interactions between actinophage and streptomycetes in soil and the fate of phage-borne genes by Marsh, Peter. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Interactions between Actinophage and their Streptomycete Hosts in Soil and the Fate of Phage Borne Genes Studying the population ecology of streptomycetes, and their interactions with other bacteria and fungi in the natural environment will give insights into the survival and spread of introduced genes.

Wellington E.M.H. ( Cited by: Marsh, Peter () Interactions between actinophage and streptomycetes in soil and the fate of phage-borne genes. PhD thesis, University of by: 2. Interactions between actinophage and streptomycetes in soil and the fate of phage-borne genes.

Ph.D. thesis, University of Warwick, Interactions between actinophages and their streptomycete hosts in soil and the fate of phage borne genes. Gene Transfers and by: Interactions between actinophage and streptomycetes in soil and the fate of phage-borne genes.

Author: Marsh, Peter. Awarding Body: University of Warwick Current Institution: University of Warwick Date of Award: Availability of Full Text. Interactions between actinophage and streptomycetes in soil and the fate of phage-borne genes.

By P Marsh. 08K - Soil Science, pedology, 06M - Microbiology, 06W - Botany. Year: OAI identifier: Provided by: OpenGrey Repository. Download Author: P Marsh. Microbiol. 45, 24 Marsh, P. () Interactions between actinophage and streptomycetes in soil and the fate of phage-borne genes.

Ph.D. thesis, University of Warwick. 25 Lanning, S. and Williams, S.T. () Methods for the direct isolation and enumeration of actinophages in soil.

Gen. Microbiol. 26 Germida, J.J. Marsh P., Wellington ctions between actinophage and their streptomycete hosts in soil and the fate of phage borne genes M.J.

Gauthier (Ed.), Gene Transfer and Environment, Springer-Verlag, Boca Raton, FL (), pp. Competition between lysogens and uninfected hosts in soil and selection for the phage-borne gene in soil Effects of thiostrepton in soil on lysogens and uninfected populations.

The presence of thiostrep- ton in soil (Fig. 2A) caused a drop in total count of S. lividans TK23 between days 1 and 2, whereas in its absence there was an increase. Abstract. Lysogenic infections were demonstrated in microcosms of sterile soil inoculated with Streptomyces lividans and the φC31 derivative, KC, in free st.

The life cycle was followed under differing nutrient regimes and the fate of plasmid- and phage-borne genes determined by direct and indirect techniques. Methods were developed for the direct monitoring of plasmid DNA extracted from soil which allowed differentiation of the cellular location of plasmid DNA between mycelium and spores.

Marsh P, Wellington E M H. Interactions between actinophage and their streptomycete hosts in soil and the fate of phage borne genes. In: Gauthier M J, editor. Gene transfers and environment. New York, N.Y: Springer-Verlag; pp. – Interactions between Actinophage and their Streptomycete Hosts in Soil and the Fate of Phage Borne Genes.

Marsh, E. Wellington. These emphasize the use of modernmethodologies for the detection of recombinant bacteria in natural waters and soil. The fate of introduced streptomycetes, plasmid and phage populations in a dynamic soil system Article (PDF Available) in Journal of general microbiology (4) April with 76 Reads.

Marsh P, Wellington, EMH () Interactions between actinophage and their streptomycete hosts in soil and the fate of phage borne genes. In: Gauthier, MJ (ed) Gene Transfers and Environment, pp.

– Springer Verlag, Berlin. CrossRef Google Scholar. There seems to be widespread use of bldA-dependent regulation of the synthesis of diverse antibiotics among other streptomycetes, since TTA codons can be found in the regulatory genes of half of 54 gene sets for antibiotic biosynthesis that have been sequenced in various laboratories (G.

Chandra & K. C., unpublished work). Abstract. The long term survival of streptomycete spores in soil, 1 their widespread occurrence and the importance of streptomycetes in maintaining soil fertility are all cogent reasons for studying the ecology of this genus.

The industrial application of streptomycete metabolites for development of bioactive products, enzymes and vitamins has resulted in large numbers of strains being.

VIROLOGY 2, () Studies on Relationships between Actinophage and Variation in Streptomyces 1. Morphology of Phage Production and Lysis in a Streptomycete Carrying a Temperate Phage ELWOOD B.

SHIRLING1' 2 Department of Botany, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan Accepted Janu The relationship of phage production to lysis and variation in a strepto.

Plant-associated streptomycetes can also benefit the host plant by mitigating abiotic stress such as heat, cold, drought, and nutrient depletion, thus reducing their negative impacts and consequently increasing plant growth [].The application of Streptomyces filipinensis no.

15, a 1-aminocyclopropanecarboxylic acid (ACC) deaminase and IAA producer, reduced the endogenous. Populations of Sfrepfomyces livihs and S. violuceolufus were monitored in natural soil amended with nutrients. The fates of a multicopy plasmid pIJ, and an actinophage, KC, were determined.

() Interactions between actinophage and their streptomycete hosts in soil and the fate of phage borne genes. in Gene transfers and environment. ed Gauthier M. P.R. Herron's 17 research works with citations and reads, including: Section 5 update: Phage ecology and genetic exchange in soil.from book Biocommunication in Soil Microorganisms To examine genetic polymorphisms of functional genes within soil commu-nities, Interaction Between Phages and Soil-Bacteria.Marsh P, Wellington EMH () Interactions between acinophage and their streptomycete hosts in soil and the fate of phage-borne genes.

In: Gauthier MJ (ed) Gene transfers and environment. Springer, Berlin Heidelberg New York, pp – Google Scholar.