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Temperature increase usually increases lethal action of biocides but it frequently depends on pH (for example, at low pH, temperature may increase lethal action but, at high pH, temperature increase reduces effectiveness of biocide). The presence of organic matter is the potential source of nutrient, and as such, it facilitates the growth of microorganisms. Presence of biocide may affect many different processes which are vital for microorganism functions and survival. Here are examples of such processes and the molecular target site or mechanism (in parentheses), based on the effect of different biocides on algae:11 • porphirin biosynthesis (protoporphyrinogene oxidase) • RNA synthesis and function (nucleotide analogue disturbing codon-anticodon recognition or RNA polymerase I) • nucleotide biosynthesis (inhibition of purine biosynthesis) • proton translocation and ATP synthesis (protonophoric uncoupling) • protein biosynthesis (50S subunit of 70S ribosomes) • membrane functions (membrane disintegration) • respiratory electron transport (succinate ubiquinone oxido-reductase complex II or cytochrome bc complex III) • lipid biosynthesis (elongase catalyzing the formation of very-long-chain fatty acids) • aminoacid biosynthesis (acetolactate synthase) • DNA synthesis and function (DNA gyrase) • carotenoid biosynthesis (phytoene desaturase) • photosynthetic electron transport (redox catalyst at photosystem I or D1 protein of photosystem II) • steroid biosynthesis (cytochrome P450 steroid 14a demethylases) The above list is given as an example of an usually large number of target options which can be considered in the design and selection of a system of biocide(s).
20 gives the breakdown of their classes and families. 20. Families of Chytridiomycota. 5 GLOMEROMYCOTA It is a small phylum containing about 200 species. There is no reference regarding their participation in biodegradation and biodeterioration but their presence in soil may be important for some degradative processes. They include the following families contained in four Orders: Acaulosporaceae, Ambisporaceae, Archaeosporaceae, Diversisporaceae, Geosiphonaceae, Gigasporaceae, Glomeraceae, Pacisporaceae, Paraglomeraceae, and Scutellosporaceae.
[Article] Semi-Supervised Kernel Mean Shift Clustering by Saket Anand, Sushil Mittal, Oncel Tuzel, Peter Meer