Stamford NP, Freitas ADS, Ferraz DS, Santos CERS (2002) Effect of sulphur inoculated with Thiobacillus
on saline soils amendment and growth of cowpea and yam bean legumes.
Aroca, "Oxidation of volatile reduced sulphur compounds in biotrickling filter inoculated with Thiobacillus
Effect of pH on Metal Extraction from Bauxite Ore by Thiobacillus
Badilla-Ohlbaum, Oxidation of Ferrous Iron and Elemental Sulfur by Thiobacillus
mucilaginosus) could dissolve silicate and Thiobacillus
One of the bacterial species that obtains its energy from inorganic sulfur compounds is the Thiobacillus
Por debajo de pH = 3,5 la misma reaccion es realizada por la bacteria Thiobacillus
Biosorption of Zn(II) and Cu(II) by the indigenous Thiobacillus
thiooxidans, Chemistry Engineering Journal 97: 195-201.
As soon as the pH of the concrete falls from its initial levels of 11-12 to around 9, biological colonization of aerobic (air breathing) Thiobacillus
bacteria will begin.
Las principales bacterias anaerobias asociadas a este proceso pertenecen a los generos Thiobacillus
, Clostridium, Desulfovibrio, Desulfotomaculum y Methanobacillus y otros anaerobios asociativos como: Agrobacterium, Azospirillum, Azotobacter, Bacillus y Beijerinckia (56).
Leaching of zinc sulfide by Thiobacillus
ferrooxidans: Experiments with a controlled redox potential indicate no direct bacterial mechanism.
Numerous bacterial genera have been identified which are able to reduce ferric iron, such as Pseudomonas, Bacillus, Bacteroides, Desulfovibrio, Sulfolobus, Thiobacillus
, Shewanella, Desulfomonas, Desulforomusa, Geobacter, and Pelobacter.
Os microrganismos envolvidos no processo de oxidacao sao, principalmente, bacterias do genero Thiobacillus
(HEYDARNEZHAD et al., 2012).
Pyrites reacting with oxygen and water will form Thiobacillus
bacteria which generate their energy through oxidizing the iron with a side effect of producing sulfuric acid and that chemically corrodes the iron pipe.
When the city of Huntington Beach, CA, officials investigated reports of sewage odors, they discovered that a storm drain was infiltrating ground water heavily laden with hydrogen sulfide gas, fostering colonies of Thiobacillus
bacteria that consume the gas and excrete sulfuric acid.