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Carbon catabolite repression in bacteria: choice of the carbon source and autoregulatory limitation of sugar utilization

Effect of a carbon source on polyphosphate accumulation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Bioactive steroids as contaminants of the common carbon source galactose

A Bacillus subtilis 168 mutant with increased xylose uptake can utilize xylose as sole carbon source

Carbon source utilization and accumulation of respiration-related substances by freshwater Thioploca species

Carbon source utilization by the marine Dendryphiella species D. arenaria and D. salina

Analysis of microbial community functional diversity using sole-carbon-source utilisation profiles – a critique

Sulfate-reducing bacterial community response to carbon source amendments in contaminated aquifer microcosms

Differential carotenoid production and gene expression in Xanthophyllomyces dendrorhous grown in a nonfermentable carbon source

NADPH-dependent pgi-gene knockout Escherichia coli metabolism producing shikimate on different carbon sources

Carbon source utilization profiles suggest additional metabolic interactions in a synergistic linuron-degrading bacterial consortium

Comparison of Three Carbon Dioxide Sources on Phlebotomine Sand Fly Capture in Egypt

Evaluation of N-acetylchitooligosaccharides as the main carbon sources for the growth of intestinal bacteria

Synthesis of Phosphatidylserine in Carrot Cells Cultured under Carbon-Source Starvation

Relative contribution of bacterial and photosynthetic production to metazooplankton as carbon sources

Localized stem chilling alters carbon processes in the adjacent stem and in source leaves

Carbon source dependent phosphorylation of the Gpr1 protein in the yeast Yarrowia lipolytica

 

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Any part or reservoir of the carbon cycle that releases carbon to some other part of the cycle. Examples include the burning of fossil fuels, decomposition of organic waste, and burning of trees or other vegetation.

Subjects: Environmental Science.


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