By Jürgen Overbeck, Ryszard J. Chrost
Aquatic microbial ecology, a transforming into interdisciplinary box, has turn into more and more compartmentalized in recent times. the purpose of this quantity is to suggest a framework for biochemical and molecular techniques, that are hired ever extra broadly in experiences of aquatic microbial groups and atmosphere functioning. The e-book offers state-of-the-art purposes of contemporary molecular study recommendations to various issues in ectoenzymes microbial carbon metabolism bacterial inhabitants dynamics RNA chemotaxonomy of microbial groups plasmids and version to environmental stipulations. Written for limnologists, marine biologists, and all researchers attracted to environmental microbiology and molecular features of ecology, this quantity will offer a stimulating advent to this rising field.
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1985). Despite the fact that several studies have dealt with turnover of DFAA Chapter 2 Origin, Composition, and Microbial Utilization of DOM 27 in natural waters, most of the quantitative aspects of DFAA cycling are still rather obscure. , 1983; Ferguson and Sunda, 1984). 7). The concentrations of DFAA (measured by high pressure liquid chromatography) in the water column were in the range of 9 to 509 ~g C I-I, and displayed the highest fluctuation in the surface layer (0 to 1 m) where the highest concentrations of DFAA (509 ~g C 1-1) were also measured.
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Aquatic Microbial Ecology: Biochemical and Molecular Approaches by Jürgen Overbeck, Ryszard J. Chrost