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@article{64f1a4602c574a57930399b7cf46d45f,
title = "Living apart together – Bacterial volatiles influence methanotrophic growth and activity.",
abstract = "Volatile organic compounds play an important role in microbial interactions. However, little is known about how volatile-mediated interactions modulate biogeochemical processes. In this study, we show the effect of volatile-mediated interaction on growth and functioning of aerobic methane-oxidizing bacteria, grown in co-culture with five different heterotrophs. Both growth and methane oxidation of Methylobacter luteus were stimulated by interaction with specific heterotrophs. In Methylocystis parvus, we observed significant growth promotion, while methane oxidation was inhibited. Volatolomics of the interaction of each of the methanotrophs with Pseudomonas mandelii, revealed presence of a complex blend of volatiles, including dimethylsulfide, dimethyldisulfide, and bicyclic sesquiterpenes. Although the ecological role of the detected compounds remains to be elucidated, our results provide unprecedented insights into interspecific relations and associated volatiles for stimulating methanotroph functioning, which is of substantial environmental and biotechnological significance.",
keywords = "NIOO",
author = "A.J. Veraart and P.V. Garbeva and {van Beersum}, F. and A. Ho and C.A. Hordijk and M. Meima-Franke and A.J. Zweers and P.L.E. Bodelier",
note = "6451, ME; Data archiving: data archived at dryad",
year = "2018",
doi = "10.1038/s41396-018-0055-7",
language = "English",
volume = "12",
pages = "1163--1166",
journal = "ISME Journal",
issn = "1751-7362",

}

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Living apart together – Bacterial volatiles influence methanotrophic growth and activity.

AU - Veraart, A.J.

AU - Garbeva, P.V.

AU - van Beersum, F.

AU - Ho, A.

AU - Hordijk, C.A.

AU - Meima-Franke, M.

AU - Zweers, A.J.

AU - Bodelier, P.L.E.

N1 - 6451, ME; Data archiving: data archived at dryad

PY - 2018

Y1 - 2018

N2 - Volatile organic compounds play an important role in microbial interactions. However, little is known about how volatile-mediated interactions modulate biogeochemical processes. In this study, we show the effect of volatile-mediated interaction on growth and functioning of aerobic methane-oxidizing bacteria, grown in co-culture with five different heterotrophs. Both growth and methane oxidation of Methylobacter luteus were stimulated by interaction with specific heterotrophs. In Methylocystis parvus, we observed significant growth promotion, while methane oxidation was inhibited. Volatolomics of the interaction of each of the methanotrophs with Pseudomonas mandelii, revealed presence of a complex blend of volatiles, including dimethylsulfide, dimethyldisulfide, and bicyclic sesquiterpenes. Although the ecological role of the detected compounds remains to be elucidated, our results provide unprecedented insights into interspecific relations and associated volatiles for stimulating methanotroph functioning, which is of substantial environmental and biotechnological significance.

AB - Volatile organic compounds play an important role in microbial interactions. However, little is known about how volatile-mediated interactions modulate biogeochemical processes. In this study, we show the effect of volatile-mediated interaction on growth and functioning of aerobic methane-oxidizing bacteria, grown in co-culture with five different heterotrophs. Both growth and methane oxidation of Methylobacter luteus were stimulated by interaction with specific heterotrophs. In Methylocystis parvus, we observed significant growth promotion, while methane oxidation was inhibited. Volatolomics of the interaction of each of the methanotrophs with Pseudomonas mandelii, revealed presence of a complex blend of volatiles, including dimethylsulfide, dimethyldisulfide, and bicyclic sesquiterpenes. Although the ecological role of the detected compounds remains to be elucidated, our results provide unprecedented insights into interspecific relations and associated volatiles for stimulating methanotroph functioning, which is of substantial environmental and biotechnological significance.

KW - NIOO

UR - https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.v31rb

U2 - 10.1038/s41396-018-0055-7

DO - 10.1038/s41396-018-0055-7

M3 - Article

VL - 12

SP - 1163

EP - 1166

JO - ISME Journal

JF - ISME Journal

SN - 1751-7362

ER -

ID: 5967793