Molecular Markers in Environmental Geochemistry by R. P. Eganhouse

By R. P. Eganhouse

content material: Molecular markers and environmental natural geochemistry : an outline / Robert P. Eganhouse --
Signature lipid biomarker research for quantitative evaluate in situ of environmental microbial ecology / David C. White, David B. Ringelberg, Sarah J. Macnaughton, Srinivas Alugupalli, and David Schram --
Diether and tetraether phospholipids and glycolipids as molecular markers for Archaebacteria (Archaea) / Morris Kates --
Seasonal version in sedimentary microbial group constitution as a backdrop for the detection of anthropogenic tension / Robert H. Findlay and Les Watling --
using fragrant acids and phospholipid-ester-linked fatty acids for delineation of techniques affecting an aquifer infected with JP-4 gas / Jiasong Fang, Michael J. Barcelona, and Candida West --
program of chlorophyll and carotenoid pigments for the chemotaxonomic evaluate of seston, periphyton, and cyanobacterial mats of Lake Okeechobee, Florida / Nancy M. Winfree, J. William Louda, Earl W. Baker, Alan D. Steinman, and Karl E. Havens --
greater molecular weight terpenoids as signs of natural emissions from terrestrial crops / Monica A. Mazurek and Bernd R.T. Simoneit --
purposes of biomarkers for choosing resources of average and pollutant hydrocarbons in aquatic environments / John ok. Volkman, Andrew T. Revill, and Andrew P. Murray --
Biogeochemical marker profiles in cores of dated sediments from huge North American lakes / R.A. Bourbonniere, S.L. Telford, L.A. Ziolkowski, J. Lee, M.S. Evans, and P.A. Meyers --
An program of biomarkers in a initial environmental research of the decrease Daintree River, north Queensland, Australia / Noel F. Dunlop, J. David Smith, and R. Basil Johns --
initial research of natural pollution in air of Guangzhou, Hong Kong, and Macao / Jiamo Fu, Guoying Sheng, Yu Chen, Xinming Wang, Yushun Min, Ping'an Peng, S.C. Lee, L.Y. Chan, and Zhishi Wang --
Anthropogenic molecular markers: instruments to spot the resources and shipping pathways of pollution / Hideshige Takada, Futoshi Satoh, Michael H. Bothner, Bruce W. Tripp, Carl G. Johnson, and John W. Farrington --
Alkylbenzenesulfonates in contemporary lake sediments as molecular markers for the environmental habit of detergent-derived chemical substances / René Reiser, Heidi Toljander, Achim Albrecht, and Walter Giger --
Linear alkylbenzenesulfonates and polychlorinated biphenyls as symptoms of accumulation, biodegradation, and delivery techniques in sewage farm soils / Thorsten Reemtsma, Irena Savric, Claudia Hartig, and Martin Jekel --
Fluorescent whitening brokers as molecular markers for household wastewater in fresh sediments of Greifensee, Switzerland / Jean-Marc A. Stoll, Thomas F. Poiger, André F. Lotter, Michael Sturm, and Walter Giger --
Interpretations of contaminant resources to San Pedro Shelf sediments utilizing molecular markers and vital part research / Charles R. Phillips, M. Indira Venkatesan, and Robert Bowen --
Use of trialkylamines as a marker of sewage addition into the marine surroundings / J.M. Bayona, N. Chalaux, J. Dachs, C. Maldonado, M. Indira Venkatesan, and J. Albaigés --
Aliphatic hydrocarbons, linear alkylbenzenes, and hugely branched isoprenoids in molluscs of the Adriatic Sea, Italy / G.P. Serrazanetti, R. Artusi, and C. Pagnucco --
2-(4-morpholinyl)benzothiazole as a trademark of tire-wear debris and street airborne dirt and dust within the city surroundings / Hidetoshi Kumata, Hideshige Takad, and Norio Ogura --
Detecting and distinguishing assets of sewage pollutants in Australian inland and coastal waters and sediments / Rhys Leeming, Val Latham, Mark Rayner, and Peter Nichols --
Questions stay within the use of coprostanol and epicoprostanol as family waste markers : examples from coastal Florida / Paul M. Sherblom, Michael S. Henry, and Dan Kelly --
using azaarenes as signs of combustion resources to the city surroundings and estuarine platforms / Martin R. Preston, Hung-Yu Chen, and Peter J. Osborne --
Toxaphene residue composition as a trademark of deterioration pathways / H. Parlar, G. Fingerling, D. Angerhöfer, G. Christ, and M. Coelhan --
Soot as a powerful partition medium for polycyclic fragrant hydrocarbons in aquatic platforms / Örjan Gustafsson and Philip M. Gschwend --
Polychlorinated biphenyls as probes of biogeochemical strategies in rivers / S.A. Fitzgerald and J.J. Steuer --
shipping and degradation of semivolatile hydrocarbons in a petroleum-contaminated aquifer, Bemidji, Minnesota / E.T. Furlong, J.C. Koleis, and G.R. Aiken.

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By R. P. Eganhouse

content material: Molecular markers and environmental natural geochemistry : an outline / Robert P. Eganhouse --
Signature lipid biomarker research for quantitative evaluate in situ of environmental microbial ecology / David C. White, David B. Ringelberg, Sarah J. Macnaughton, Srinivas Alugupalli, and David Schram --
Diether and tetraether phospholipids and glycolipids as molecular markers for Archaebacteria (Archaea) / Morris Kates --
Seasonal version in sedimentary microbial group constitution as a backdrop for the detection of anthropogenic tension / Robert H. Findlay and Les Watling --
using fragrant acids and phospholipid-ester-linked fatty acids for delineation of techniques affecting an aquifer infected with JP-4 gas / Jiasong Fang, Michael J. Barcelona, and Candida West --
program of chlorophyll and carotenoid pigments for the chemotaxonomic evaluate of seston, periphyton, and cyanobacterial mats of Lake Okeechobee, Florida / Nancy M. Winfree, J. William Louda, Earl W. Baker, Alan D. Steinman, and Karl E. Havens --
greater molecular weight terpenoids as signs of natural emissions from terrestrial crops / Monica A. Mazurek and Bernd R.T. Simoneit --
purposes of biomarkers for choosing resources of average and pollutant hydrocarbons in aquatic environments / John ok. Volkman, Andrew T. Revill, and Andrew P. Murray --
Biogeochemical marker profiles in cores of dated sediments from huge North American lakes / R.A. Bourbonniere, S.L. Telford, L.A. Ziolkowski, J. Lee, M.S. Evans, and P.A. Meyers --
An program of biomarkers in a initial environmental research of the decrease Daintree River, north Queensland, Australia / Noel F. Dunlop, J. David Smith, and R. Basil Johns --
initial research of natural pollution in air of Guangzhou, Hong Kong, and Macao / Jiamo Fu, Guoying Sheng, Yu Chen, Xinming Wang, Yushun Min, Ping'an Peng, S.C. Lee, L.Y. Chan, and Zhishi Wang --
Anthropogenic molecular markers: instruments to spot the resources and shipping pathways of pollution / Hideshige Takada, Futoshi Satoh, Michael H. Bothner, Bruce W. Tripp, Carl G. Johnson, and John W. Farrington --
Alkylbenzenesulfonates in contemporary lake sediments as molecular markers for the environmental habit of detergent-derived chemical substances / René Reiser, Heidi Toljander, Achim Albrecht, and Walter Giger --
Linear alkylbenzenesulfonates and polychlorinated biphenyls as symptoms of accumulation, biodegradation, and delivery techniques in sewage farm soils / Thorsten Reemtsma, Irena Savric, Claudia Hartig, and Martin Jekel --
Fluorescent whitening brokers as molecular markers for household wastewater in fresh sediments of Greifensee, Switzerland / Jean-Marc A. Stoll, Thomas F. Poiger, André F. Lotter, Michael Sturm, and Walter Giger --
Interpretations of contaminant resources to San Pedro Shelf sediments utilizing molecular markers and vital part research / Charles R. Phillips, M. Indira Venkatesan, and Robert Bowen --
Use of trialkylamines as a marker of sewage addition into the marine surroundings / J.M. Bayona, N. Chalaux, J. Dachs, C. Maldonado, M. Indira Venkatesan, and J. Albaigés --
Aliphatic hydrocarbons, linear alkylbenzenes, and hugely branched isoprenoids in molluscs of the Adriatic Sea, Italy / G.P. Serrazanetti, R. Artusi, and C. Pagnucco --
2-(4-morpholinyl)benzothiazole as a trademark of tire-wear debris and street airborne dirt and dust within the city surroundings / Hidetoshi Kumata, Hideshige Takad, and Norio Ogura --
Detecting and distinguishing assets of sewage pollutants in Australian inland and coastal waters and sediments / Rhys Leeming, Val Latham, Mark Rayner, and Peter Nichols --
Questions stay within the use of coprostanol and epicoprostanol as family waste markers : examples from coastal Florida / Paul M. Sherblom, Michael S. Henry, and Dan Kelly --
using azaarenes as signs of combustion resources to the city surroundings and estuarine platforms / Martin R. Preston, Hung-Yu Chen, and Peter J. Osborne --
Toxaphene residue composition as a trademark of deterioration pathways / H. Parlar, G. Fingerling, D. Angerhöfer, G. Christ, and M. Coelhan --
Soot as a powerful partition medium for polycyclic fragrant hydrocarbons in aquatic platforms / Örjan Gustafsson and Philip M. Gschwend --
Polychlorinated biphenyls as probes of biogeochemical strategies in rivers / S.A. Fitzgerald and J.J. Steuer --
shipping and degradation of semivolatile hydrocarbons in a petroleum-contaminated aquifer, Bemidji, Minnesota / E.T. Furlong, J.C. Koleis, and G.R. Aiken.

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Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 1983, 45, 71-78. , New York, NY. 1990; pp. 1-8. J. C. White. Quantitative determination of the nutritional status of detrital microbiota and the grazing fauna by triglyceride glycerol analysis. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. 1982, 64, 145-158. A. C. White. Phospholipid, ester-linked fatty acid profile changes during nutrient deprivation of Vibrio cholerae: increases in the trans/cis ratio and proportions of cyclopropyl fatty acids. Appl. 1986, 52, 794-801. P. D. C. White. Phospholipid ester-linked fatty acid profiles as reproducible assays for changes in prokaryotic community structure of estuarine sediment.

Prefixes indicate the position countingfromthe number of carbon atomsfromthe carboxyl end of the molecule with OH for hydroxyl, br for methyl branching, and cy for cyclopropane ring. Prefixes i represents iso or a for anteiso methyl branching in the PLFA. Responses indicate relative proportions based on flame ionization detection with 19:0 as internal standard. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1997. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1997.

Ch002 24 MOLECULAR MARKERS IN ENVIRONMENTAL GEOCHEMISTRY All living cells are surrounded by a membrane containing polar lipids. Lysis of the cellular membrane results in cell death. Since the major polar lipids in sediments are phospholipids, the component fatty acids in phospholipids are one of the most important SLB classes. PLFA are essential membrane components of living cells. Unlike most other biomarkers, phospholipids are typically degraded within hours following cell death [7]. This rapid degradation of the phospholipids establishes the PLFA as ideal biomarkers for viable cells.

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