Talk:Bacteria

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I haven't been able to put the links back in after I changed it because I don't Know how. sorry!!!!!

I couldn't leave it like that though...I am currently studying A-level biology and the way that was done seemed a bit muddled and confused. This is definatly accurate for the nitrogen cycle. Adam2307 13:16, 11 April 2008 (CDT)



Click on the History Tab. The last edit has a 'rollback'. Click on it and the last edit is undone.

Isn't Nitrobacter now thought NOT to be a species in a aquarium? See Bio-spira product.

--Quatermass 14:25, 11 April 2008 (CDT)


I didn't want to undo the edit...just make the hyperlinks again. I will get used to this site one day! No, it is rare and the most common one is Nitrospira but nitrobacter functions perfectly well in aquatic environment and I have read that it is found, just in lower levels. I can't remember where though!! According to the Microbe Wiki it isn't found at all so im doubting myself a little now. I will do some research on it and find out. Adam2307 15:39, 11 April 2008 (CDT)


Ah right, well in that case use the history tab to view past editions in another tab of your browser and cut and paste between them. Nothing is ever lost in a Wiki. :-)

Marineland had lots of articles on how they found Nitrobacter not to be much use in an Aquarium. But sadly lots of bacteria bottles still use it. Here is the article.

--Quatermass 04:43, 12 April 2008 (CDT)


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