2022
DOI: 10.1111/1758-2229.13052
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Carbon metabolism and adaptation of hyperalkaliphilic microbes in serpentinizing spring of Manleluag, the Philippines

Abstract: Reduced substrates produced by the serpentinization reaction under hydration of olivine may have fuelled biological processes on early Earth. To understand the adaptive strategies and carbon metabolism of the microbes in the serpentinizing ecosystems, we reconstructed 18 draft genomes representing dominant species of Omnitrophicaeota, Gammaproteobacteria and Methanobacteria from the Manleluag serpentinizing spring in Zambales, Philippines (hyperalkaline and rich in methane and hydrogen). Phylogenomics revealed… Show more

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“…Sites of terrestrial serpentinization are distributed globally and show evidence of methanogenic and methanotrophic microbial members, including the Voltri Massif (Italy), Santa Elena Ophiolite (Costa Rica), the Chimaera Seeps (Turkey), and the Manleluag Spring National Park of Zamabales (Philippines; Brazelton et al, 2017 ; Crespo-Medina et al, 2017 ; Zwicker et al, 2018 ; Wang et al, 2022 ). Specifically, the Samail Ophiolite, Sultanate of Oman, offers the largest exposed ophiolite on Earth that is actively undergoing low temperature serpentinization ( Neal and Stanger, 1985 ; Kelemen and Matter, 2008 ; Kelemen et al, 2011 ; Paukert et al, 2012 ; Miller et al, 2016 ).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Sites of terrestrial serpentinization are distributed globally and show evidence of methanogenic and methanotrophic microbial members, including the Voltri Massif (Italy), Santa Elena Ophiolite (Costa Rica), the Chimaera Seeps (Turkey), and the Manleluag Spring National Park of Zamabales (Philippines; Brazelton et al, 2017 ; Crespo-Medina et al, 2017 ; Zwicker et al, 2018 ; Wang et al, 2022 ). Specifically, the Samail Ophiolite, Sultanate of Oman, offers the largest exposed ophiolite on Earth that is actively undergoing low temperature serpentinization ( Neal and Stanger, 1985 ; Kelemen and Matter, 2008 ; Kelemen et al, 2011 ; Paukert et al, 2012 ; Miller et al, 2016 ).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%