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How Bacteria Respire Minerals

Newman, Dianne K. (2001) How Bacteria Respire Minerals. Science, 292 (5520). pp. 1312-1313. ISSN 0036-8075. doi:10.1126/science.1060572.

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Some bacteria respire minerals; that is, they harvest energy from minerals through using them as electron acceptors. Many details of this respiration process have remained obscure. In her Perspective, Newman highlights the study by Lower et al., who have used a customized atomic force microscope to observe bacteria during mineral respiration.

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Official Citation:Newman, D. K. (2001). "How Bacteria Respire Minerals." Science 292(5520): 1312-1313.
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