Product Code TM 882
The various transformations of sulphur in the biosphere can be summed up as a cyclic reaction involving
a) Decomposition of organic sulphur compounds into subunits which are in turn converted into inorganic compounds through a process of mineralization,
b) Assimilation of sulphur into the protoplasm of microorganisms, a process referred to as immobilization,
c) Oxidation of inorganic sulphur compounds into elemental sulphur, and
d) Reduction of sulphate.
for cultivation of sulphur metabolizing bacteria present in soil samples