Hydrogen is the driving force of healthy micro-ecology
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Sarah Piché-Choquette and Philippe Constant, researchers at the Institut Armand-Frappier National Academy of Sciences in Quebec, Canada, recently published a paper on Appl Environ Microbiol, which analyzes the core position of hydrogen in soil and other microbial ecosystems and proposes research decomposition. Hydrogen bacteria are an important perspective to understand this problem.

Some scholars have suggested that the Earth's early atmosphere is rich in reducing gases such as methane and hydrogen, and abundant hydrogen can be used as a direct electron donor for biological systems. Due to the simple structure of hydrogen, the characteristics of the original raw materials, and the strong diffusion of hydrogen in the aqueous solution of hydrogen, it is relatively easy for hydrogen to lose electrons to be oxidized, making hydrogen the most convenient energy source for the utilization of raw bioenergy. Numerous studies have suggested that the original life can utilize the electronic synthesis of ATP provided by hydrogen. Even today's biosphere, there are thousands of microbial hydrogenases that have the ability to synthesize and decompose hydrogen. Hydrogenase microbes are widely distributed and are abundant in water, terrestrial and biological hosts. Although hydrogen has been recognized as a future energy source for sustainable global development, hydrogen has not received enough attention to maintain and drive the importance of the biochemical cycle.

In this paper, a comprehensive analysis of the physiological roles, classification and distribution of hydrogenases, the integration of these enzymes in the microbial population distribution and recent experimental research found that in the soil micro-ecology, hydrogen oxidative decomposition of microorganisms is driven along the oxygen concentration Key species of the gradient carbon cycle. The authors suggest that the effects of hydrogen peroxide on the carbon cycle and the carbon cycle of the oxidized microbes should be studied in depth by the population level and individual level methods, and the core of hydrogen in the microbial ecological cycle under culture and non-culture conditions should be obtained. Function details. These studies may be of great importance for understanding microbial biochemical metabolic processes, developing, utilizing and protecting microbial diversity.

The author of this article published a research paper in 2017, suggesting that high concentration of hydrogen in rhizobium is an important basis for affecting the flora in the soil, and is an important reason for nitrogen-fixing bacteria to improve soil. If the improvement of soil bacteria is so important and critical, it is only necessary to introduce a certain concentration of hydrogen into the soil or water with hydrogen water to achieve the purpose of improving microorganisms. The value of hydrogen fertilizer can be seen. For animals and humans, hydrogen water rinsing, drinking hydrogen water or bathing and bathing may change the local flora, which may be an important basis for the biological effects of hydrogen. Hydrogen-modified soil is based on flora, and hydrogen protection may also be an optimized flora.

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