Advanced Search

Indexed by SCI、CA、РЖ、PA、CSA、ZR、etc .

2010 Vol. 21, No. S1

Display Method:
Ediacaran Holdfasts and Their Systematics
Natalia Bykova
2010, 21(S1): 1-3. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0152-7
Carbon and Nitrogen Cycling Pursuant to the Great Oxidation Event: Evidence from the Paleoproterozoic of Fennoscandia
Lee Kump, Christopher Junium, Michael Arthur, Alex Brasier, Anthony Fallick, Victor Melezhik, Aivo Lepland, Alenka Črne, Genming Luo, The FAR-DEEP Drilling Team
2010, 21(S1): 4-5. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0153-6
How Synthetic is Vendobionta Morphology? A Geometric Morphometric Study of Pteridinium from the Latest Neoproterozoic
M Meyer, S Xiao
2010, 21(S1): 6-8. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0154-5
A Modern Perspective on Ancient Life: The Question of the Rise of Cyanobacteria in Earth History
Nora Noffke
2010, 21(S1): 9-10. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0155-4
Carbonate Concretions from the Gaoyuzhuang Formation (ca. 1.6 Ga) Of the North China Platform: Implication for a Methane-Rich Mesoproterozoic Ocean
Xiaoying Shi, Ganqing Jiang, Dongjie Tang
2010, 21(S1): 11-12. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0156-3
The Cloud Paradigm: Geostable Molecules as Proxies for Surface Oxygenation
Roger E Summons, Christian Hallmann, Jacob R Waldbauer, Laura Sherman
2010, 21(S1): 13-13. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0157-2
Microscopic Characteristics of Microbially Induced Sedimentary Structures from Yunmengshan Formation in Jiaozuo, North China
Zhifeng XING, Yongan QI, Yuyang YUAN, Wei ZHENG
2010, 21(S1): 14-17. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0158-1
Archaeocyaths from the Kaczawa Complex, West Sudetes, Poland
Dawid Białek, Paweł Raczyński, Przemysław Sztajer, Dominik Zawadzki
2010, 21(S1): 18-20. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0159-0
The Cambrian Substrate Revolution and Early Evolution of the Phyla
2010, 21(S1): 21-24. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0160-7
Evidence from Precambrian carbonate and siliciclastic sedimentary structures indicates that in marine settings before the Cambrian conditions of seafloor environments were largely controlled by microbes and the mats which they form. During the Ediacaran-Cambrian transition, a vertical component to marine bioturbation evolved, as well as overall increased seafloor bioturbation. The “Cambrian substrate revolution (CSR)” encompasses the evolutionary and ecological effects that occurred due to these substrate changes. The continued evolution of bioturbating organisms caused the development of a significant variety of new microenvironments, which led to the formation of new ecospace and evolutionary opportunities for other benthic organisms. Numerous studies have evaluated the “weird” morphology of early seafloor animals and how they adapted to an increasingly bioturbated substrate. Many early animals adapted to seafloors with strong microbial mat development are stem groups of the phyla we recognize today, and thus have morphological features absent in modern representatives. Fossils of crown groups of modern phyla first began to appear in the Cambrian and subsequently dominated Phanerozoic bioturbated seafloor environments. The CSR is thus a primary component of the evolution of stem and crown groups of the phyla during the Cambrian explosion.
Diversification of Ordovician Chitinozoans from South China, and Its Relationships with Environment Changes
Xiaohong Chen, Chuanshang Wang, Miao Zhang, Zhihong Li, Xiaofeng Wang
2010, 21(S1): 25-28. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0161-6
Early Diversification of Ordovician Graptolites in Jiangnan Slope, South China
Hongzhen Feng, Lixia Li, Wenhui Wang
2010, 21(S1): 29-32. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0162-5
Dominant Input of Marine Microbial Organics to Ni-Mo Polymetallic Sulfide Shale in Early Cambrian Niutitang Formation in Zhangjiajie, Hunan, South China
Yan Huang, Li Lin, Yongjun Yang, Liyan Ma, Deliang Li
2010, 21(S1): 33-35. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0163-4
Middle Devonian Brachiopods from Arctic Canada and Some Preliminary Results of North American Biogeography Based on Quantitative Assessment
Rong-Yu Li
2010, 21(S1): 36-39. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0164-3
Submarine Hydrothermal/Hot Spring Deposition of Early Cambrian Niutitang Formation in South China
Li Lin, Yanchun Pang, Liyan Ma, Yongjun Yang, Deliang Li
2010, 21(S1): 40-43. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0165-2
Evidence for Decoupling of Relative Abundance and Biodiversity of Marine Organisms in Initial Stage of GOBE: A Preliminary Study on Lower Ordovician Shellbeds of South China
Jianbo Liu, Ezaki Yoichi, Adachi Natsuko, Renbin Zhan
2010, 21(S1): 44-48. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0166-1
Periodic Ichnofabric Couplets Indicative of Paleoclimate Variations in the Upper Cambrian Gushan Formation, North China
Yongan Qi, Min Wang, Da Li, Yuyang Yuan
2010, 21(S1): 49-51. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0167-0
Chitinozoan-Based Age of the Wengxiang Group in Kaili, Southeastern Guizhou, Southwest China
Peng Tang, Honghe Xu, Yi Wang
2010, 21(S1): 52-57. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0168-z
Diversity of Late Pridoli Flora from Northern Xinjiang, China
Yi Wang
2010, 21(S1): 58-60. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0169-y
Ediacara-Type Fossils from Lower Cambrian Strata in Qingzhen County, Guizhou Province, South China
Ruidong Yang
2010, 21(S1): 61-63. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0170-5
Late Ordovician Foliomena Fauna (Brachiopoda) of South China
Renbin Zhan, Guangxu Wang, Rongchang Wu
2010, 21(S1): 64-69. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0171-4
Carbon Isotope Development in the Ordovician of the Yangtze Gorges Region (South China) and Its Implication for Stratigraphic Correlation and Paleoenvironmental Change
Yuandong Zhang, Junfeng Cheng, Axel Munnecke, Chuanming Zhou
2010, 21(S1): 70-74. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0172-3
Land Plant Evolution and Weathering Rate Changes in the Devonian
Thomas J Algeo, Stephen E Scheckler
2010, 21(S1): 75-78. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0173-2
Stage Change of Middle–Late Devonian Calcified Algae and Cyanobacteria in South China and Its Significance
Qi Feng, Yiming Gong, Robert Riding
2010, 21(S1): 79-81. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0174-1
Fusulinid and Foraminifera in Carboniferous– Permian Taiyuan Formation in Yanzhou Coalfield, Shandong, Northeast China
Qiang Jia, Dawei Lü, Miao He, Xiangsuo Song, Yuying Zhu
2010, 21(S1): 82-85. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0175-0
Absence of Middle Permian Kamura Event in the Paleo-Tethys Ocean
Genming Luo, Junhua Huang, Xiao Bai, Xia Wu, Jiaxin Yan, Shucheng Xie
2010, 21(S1): 86-89. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0176-z
Spatiotemporal Distributions and Controlling Factors of Devonian Reefs in South China
Yibu Wu, Yiming Gong, Lijun Zhang, Qi Feng
2010, 21(S1): 90-93. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0177-y
Euxinic Ocean during the Late Devonian Mass Extinction Inferred from Organic Compounds
Susumu Yatsu, Kunio Kaiho, Masahiro Oba, Z Q Chen, Jean-Georges Casier, James D Wright
2010, 21(S1): 94-95. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0178-x
Geochemistry of the Late Devonian F-F Transitional Rare Earth Elements in the Yangdi Section from Guilin, South China
Jianwei Zeng, Ran Xu, Yiming Gong
2010, 21(S1): 96-98. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0179-9
Devonian Trace Fossils and Paleoenvironments from Ganxi of Sichuan, Southwest China
Lijun Zhang, Yiming Gong
2010, 21(S1): 99-102. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0180-3
Molecular Evidence for Primary Producers and Sedimentary Environmental Conditions of Permian Chihsia Formation in Northeast Sichuan, China
Qiang Zhao, Xiaoyan Ruan, Jiaxin Yan, Wenjun Wu, Hua Guo, Genming Luo
2010, 21(S1): 103-106. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0181-2
Anomalous Early Triassic Sediment Fluxes due to Elevated Weathering Rates
Thomas J Algeo
2010, 21(S1): 107-110. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0182-1
Recovery of Vertebrate Faunas from the End-Permian Mass Extinction
Michael J Benton
2010, 21(S1): 111-114. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0183-0
A New Trace-Fossil Assemblage from the Lower Triassic of Western Australia
Cynthja Bolton, Z Q Chen, Margaret L Fraiser
2010, 21(S1): 115-117. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0184-z
Pattern of δ13Ccarb and Implications for Geological Events during the Permian–Triassic Transition in South China
Changqun Cao, Carolyn L K Colonero, Shuzhong Shen, Roger E Summons
2010, 21(S1): 118-120. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0185-y
Brachiopod Assemblages from the Early Middle Triassic of Qingyan, Guizhou, Southwest China
Jing Chen, Jinnan Tong, Z Q Chen
2010, 21(S1): 121-124. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0186-x
Marine ecosystem changes from the latest Permian to Middle Triassic in Qingyan area, Guizhou, Southwest China
Z Q Chen, Jing Chen, Jinnan Tong, Margaret L Fraiser
2010, 21(S1): 125-129. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0187-9
The Use of Shell Beds as a Tool for Investigating Ecological Changes across Mass Extinction Intervals
Sarah E Greene, David J Bottjer
2010, 21(S1): 130-132. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0188-8
Shocked Quartz Grains in Rhyolitic Bentonites
H. J. Hansen, P. Toft, Jinnan Tong
2010, 21(S1): 133-134. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0189-7
Timing of Permo-Triassic mass extinctions: Global correlation by high-resolution astronomical tuning
Chunju Huang, Jinnan Tong, Linda Hinnov, Z. Q. Chen
2010, 21(S1): 135-136. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0190-1
Smithian Microstromatolites in Triassic in Chaohu, East China and Their Forming Mechanism
Zhihai Jia, Fumei Yang, Tianqiu Hong, Liwei Zhang
2010, 21(S1): 137-140. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0191-0
An Abrupt Decrease in Atmospheric Oxygen by Massive Release of Hydrogen Sulfide during the End-Permian Mass Extinction
Kunio Kaiho, Masahiro Oba, Satoshi Takahashi, Yoshihiko Fukuda, Seiji Koga, Z Q Chen, Satoshi Yamakita
2010, 21(S1): 141-142. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0192-z
Microbialites and Environmental Change at the Permian-Triassic Boundary: An Overview
Steve Kershaw, Sylvie Crasquin
2010, 21(S1): 143-144. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0193-y
Continuous Wavelet Analysis on Ce/La and Magnetic Susceptibility Records in Permian-Triassic Dongpan Section in South China
Xingfang Peng, Zhoubo Li, Xiaoyang Wu
2010, 21(S1): 145-146. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0194-x
Comparison of Changes in Ocean Chemistry in the Early Triassic with Trends in Diversity and Ecology
Pietsch Carlie, Bottjer David J
2010, 21(S1): 147-150. doi: 10.1007/S12583-010-0195-9
The end-Permian mass extinction resulted in the demise of ~90% of marine genera. Recent work on the Early Triassic using carbon isotopes, ammonoids, conodonts, and some benthic fauna shows that this supposed recovery period was almost as turbulent as the extinction itself. Carbon isotope records from China, India, and Italy portray a global signal with major perturbations at stage boundaries in the Early Triassic most likely as a result of fluctuating environmental conditions. Comparison of global cycles of extinction and radiation of ammonoids and conodonts to the global carbon signal suggests that the two are related. In order to investigate the ubiquity of the connection between the carbon signal and biological changes, the benthic diversity and ecological structure of the western USA was examined. Instead of the fluctuating patterns that were expected, evidence for gradual increases in both taxonomic and guild diversity was found. The lack of evenness in the recovery suggests ecological stagnation; dominance of a few genera and a few life habits. The prolonged benthic recovery, and trends of pelagic boom and bust, both point to environmental instability in the Early Triassic as the probable cause for the protraction of the biotic crisis.
Environmental Conditions and Events Prior to the Permian-Triassic Boundary at Meishan Section, China
Wenjie Shen, Yangting Lin
2010, 21(S1): 151-153. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0196-8
Size Variation of Foraminifers during the Permian-Triassic Transition at Meishan Section, South China
Haijun Song, Jinnan Tong
2010, 21(S1): 154-157. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0197-7
Excursion of Sulfur Isotope Compositions in the Lower Triassic of South Guizhou, China
Huyue Song, Jinnan Tong, Haijun Song, Haiou Qiu, Yuanyuan Zhu
2010, 21(S1): 158-160. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0198-6
Recovery of Corals and Reefs After the End-Permian and the "Naked Coral" Lazarus Effect
Stanley Jr George D
2010, 21(S1): 161-164. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0199-5
A Smooth Negative Shift of Organic-Carbon Isotope Ratios at an End-Permian Mass Extinction Horizon in Central Pelagic Panthalassa
Satoshi Takahashi, Kunio Kaiho, Masahiro Oba, Takeshi Kakegawa
2010, 21(S1): 165-166. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0200-3
Reconstruction of Ecosystem and Biotic Recovery Following the End-Permian Mass Extinction in South China
Jinnan Tong, Z Q Chen, Yunfei Huang
2010, 21(S1): 167-169. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0201-2
Southern Hemisphere Perspectives on the End-Permian Life Crisis and the Triassic Recovery
J. B. Waterhouse
2010, 21(S1): 170-173. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0202-1
Calcareous Tube-Worm Fossils in Microbialites after End-Permian Mass Extinction and Their Paleoenvironmental Implications
Hao Yang, Hao Liu, Yongbiao Wang
2010, 21(S1): 174-175. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0203-0
Conodont and Ammonite Biostratigraphy and Age of the Lower–Middle Triassic Boundary in Southern Part of Guizhou Province, China
Jianxin Yao, Zhansheng Ji, Yanbin Wang, Dunyi Liu, Guichun Wu, Zhenjie Wu, Jianwei Zhang, Liting Wang
2010, 21(S1): 176-178. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0204-z
Paleofloral Assemblage across the Permian–Triassic Boundary, Western Guizhou and Eastern Yunnan in South China
Jianxin Yu, Jean Broutin, Qisheng Huang, Qianqian Song, Jianhua Chen
2010, 21(S1): 179-182. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0205-y
Early Olenekian Microbialites in Chaohu Area, Anhui Province, East China
Liwei Zhang, Tianqiu Hong, Zhihai Jia, Jinlong Xu, Fumei Yang
2010, 21(S1): 183-185. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0206-x
Micro Probe Analysis on Triassic Vermicular Limestone in Wufeng, Hubei, China
Xiaoming Zhao, Jinnan Tong, Huazhou Yao, Zhijun Niu, Yang Tian
2010, 21(S1): 186-189. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0207-9
A High-Resolution Record from Svalbard of Carbon Release during the Paleocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum
Ying Cui, Lee R. Kump, Andy Ridgwell, Aaron Diefendorf, Chris K. Junium
2010, 21(S1): 190-190. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0208-8
Fossil Coprolites from the Middle Triassic Luoping Biota and Ecological Implication
Shixue Hu, Qiyue Zhang, Changyong Zhou
2010, 21(S1): 191-193. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0209-7
Paleo-oceanographic Conditions of the Middle Cretaceous Marine Organic Carbon Accumulation in Gamba, Southern Tibet
Jianzhong Jia, Hesong Chen, Guobiao Li, Xiaoqiao Wan
2010, 21(S1): 194-196. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0210-1
Giant Ooids as One Kind of Anachronistic Sediments in Lower Triassic: A Case Study from Moyang Section, Guizhou Province, South China
Fei Li, Jiaxin Yan
2010, 21(S1): 197-197. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0211-0
Osteoderms of Pakisauridae and Balochisauridae (Titanosauria, Sauropoda, Dinosauria) in Pakistan
M. Sadiq Malkani
2010, 21(S1): 198-203. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0212-z
The four types of dermal armour bones/osteoderms and scutes of Balochisauridae and Pakisauridae (Titanosauria) were found as fragmentary in the latest Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) Vitakri Formation of Sulaiman basin in Pakistan. Larger and smaller osteoderms from Pakistan provide a further opportunity for correlation with the armor bones already discovered from Madagascar, Argentina, Brazil, France, Malawi, Romania and Spain.
Vitakridrinda (Vitakrisauridae, Theropoda) from the Latest Cretaceous of Pakistan
M. Sadiq Malkani
2010, 21(S1): 204-212. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0213-y
The holotyic and referred specimens of the slender and large bodied Vitakridrinda sulaimani (Vitakrisauridae, Theropoda) were found in the latest Cretaceous Vitakri Formation of Sulaiman Basin, Balochistan, Pakistan. The holotypic fossil record of Vitakridrinda rostrum demonstrates the serious confrontation between theropods which resulted in the death of Vitakridrinda. This rostrum provides further opportunity for the study of phylogeny, paleobiogeography, behaviors like fighting, scavenging, predatory and interaction among theropods.
Ichnology and Sedimentology of Fluvial Deposits in the Middle Triassic Youfangzhuang Formation, Henan Province, North China
Min Wang, Yongan Qi, Wentao Yang
2010, 21(S1): 213-215. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0214-x
Molecular Fossils and Sedimentary Environment of the Cretaceous Lower Qingshankou Formation in Eastern Songliao Basin, Northeast China
Dangpeng Xi, Shun Li, Xiaoqiao Wan
2010, 21(S1): 216-218. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0215-9
Asian Aridification Linked to the First Step of the Eocene–Oligocene Climate Transition (EOT) in Obliquity-Dominated Terrestrial Records in Xining Basin, China
Guoqiao Xiao, Hemmo A Abels, Zhengquan Yao, Guillaume Dupont-Nivet, Frederik J Hilgen
2010, 21(S1): 219-220. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0216-8
Neogene Paleoclimatic Changes in Response to Tectonism in the Himalayan Gyirong Basin, China
Yadong Xu, Kexin Zhang, Guocan Wang, Shangsong Jiang, Shuyuan Xiang, Fenning Chen, Carina Hoorn, Guillaume Dupont-Nivet
2010, 21(S1): 221-221. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0217-7
Trace Fossils Indicative of Paleoclimatic Change in Triassic in Jiyuan Region, Henan Province, China
Wentao Yang, Yuansheng Du, Min Wang, Bin Hu
2010, 21(S1): 222-224. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0218-6
Geochemical Records of Paleoenvironment Associated with the Middle Triassic Luoping Biota, Yunnan, Southwest China
Changyong Zhou, Qiyue Zhang, Shixue Hu, Tao Lü, Jianke Bai
2010, 21(S1): 225-227. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0219-5
Major Features of the Vertebrate Diversity of the Early Cretaceous Jehol Biota and Their Paleoecological Implications
Zhonghe Zhou, Yuan Wang
2010, 21(S1): 228-230. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0220-z
Palynostratigraphy of Pleistocene and Holocene Sediments from the Western Black Sea Area
Mariana Filipova-Marinova
2010, 21(S1): 231-233. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0221-y
Plant species distribution in permafrost wetlands of the Great Hing'an Mountain valleys and its response to global climate change
Ju Sun, Xiuzhen Li, Xianwei Wang, Jiujun Lü, Zongmei Li
2010, 21(S1): 266-270. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0232-8
Ontogenic decrease of δ13C in bivalve shell: Evidence of vital effect
Hui Yan, Guoxi Wu, Zhongxuan Li, Dongping Dong, Jinggang Zheng
2010, 21(S1): 271-273. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0233-7
Paleoclimate variations inferred from organic carbon isotopic composition in Hetao Plain in North China since late glacial period
Guifang Yang, Fadong Wu, Zhiliang Ge, Junhua Huang, Xiaojin Zhang, Zhiyun Ni
2010, 21(S1): 274-276. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0234-6
Archaeal and bacterial tetraether membrane lipids in soils of varied altitudes in Mt. Jianfengling in South China
Huan Yang, Weihua Ding, Gangqiang He, Shucheng Xie
2010, 21(S1): 277-280. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0235-5
Preliminary discussion on large-scale water conservancy in ancient Liangzhu City Area, Yangtze Delta of China: Highlight of early agricultural civilization
Li Zhang, Zhongyuan Chen, Zhanghua Wang, Jianping Wu
2010, 21(S1): 281-283. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0236-4
Environmental change linked to changes in the Neolithic agricultural development in the east coast of China
Yongqiang Zong, Zhanghua Wang, Zhongyuan Chen, James B Innes
2010, 21(S1): 284-285. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0237-3
Bacterial communities in mixed cultures enriched from sediments and water in Tongling Copper Mine in Anhui Province, East China
Linfeng Gong, Hongmei Wang
2010, 21(S1): 286-288. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0238-2
Crystallization of calcite in biomineral-like structures and insight into biomineralization
Yebin Guan, Gentao Zhou, Qizhi Yao, Shengquan Fu
2010, 21(S1): 289-292. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0239-1
Microbes on carbonate rocks and pedogenesis in karst regions
Bin Lian, Ye Chen, Yuan Tang
2010, 21(S1): 293-296. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0240-8
Comparison of reduction extent of Fe(Ⅲ) in nontronite by Shewanella putrefaciens and Desulfovibrio vulgaris
Deng Liu, Hongmei Wang, Xuan Qiu, Hailiang Dong
2010, 21(S1): 297-299. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0241-7
Comparative Study on Extraction Methods of Microbial Lipids
Mei Liu, Yanhua Shuai, Handong Liang, Ling Huang, Nana Song
2010, 21(S1): 300-303. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0242-6
Linking the Geosphere & Biosphere to Understand Dolomite Formation
Judith A. Mckenzie, Crisogono Vasconcelos
2010, 21(S1): 304-305. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0243-5
Inhibition of Fusarium graminearum Growth and Deoxynivalenol Production by Geocarpospheric Bacterial Strains
Cuijuan Shi, Peisheng Yan, Kai Wang, Rui Chen
2010, 21(S1): 306-308. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0244-4
Isolation and Screening of Biocontrol Bacterial Strains against Aspergillus parasiticus from Groundnut Geocarposphere
Peisheng Yan, Xiujun Gao, Hanqi Wu, Qianwei Li, Limin Ning, Shanshan Guan
2010, 21(S1): 309-311. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0245-3
An Attempt to Apply Geobiological Method in the Source Rock Evaluation
Hongfu Yin, Shucheng Xie, Jiaxin Yan, Chaoyong Hu, Junhua Huang, Zhixin Ma, Bo Li
2010, 21(S1): 312-314. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0246-2
Microbiology and Geochemistry of Smith Creek and Grass Valley Hot Springs: Emerging Evidence for Wide Distribution of Novel Thermophilic Lineages in the US Great Basin
Jeremy A. Dodsworth, Brian P. Hedlund
2010, 21(S1): 315-318. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0247-1
Geobacillus sp. Iso 5, a Novel Amylase-Producing Thermophile from Thermal Springs in Konkan Region of Southern India
D. M. Gurumurthy, S. E. Neelagund
2010, 21(S1): 319-322. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0248-0
Biosignatures of Mineralizing Microbial Mats in a Deep Biosphere Environment
Tim Leefmann, Christine Heim, Klaus Simon, Nadia-Valérie Quéric, Bent T. Hansen, Joachim Reitner, Volker Thiel, Jukka Lausmaa, Peter Sjövall
2010, 21(S1): 323-324. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0249-z
Bacteria Isolated from Dripping Water in the Oligotrophic Heshang Cave in Central China
Qianying Liu, Hongmei Wang, Rui Zhao, Xuan Qiu, Linfeng Gong
2010, 21(S1): 325-328. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0250-6
Magnetic Susceptibility as a Biosignature
Victoria A. Petryshyn, Frank A. Corsetti, Steve P. Lund, William M. Berelson
2010, 21(S1): 329-332. doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0251-5