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Methods of Studying Population Shifts in Aquatic Bacteria in Response to Environmental Change.
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In addition, aquatic bacterial communities correlate far better with phytoplankton communities than with physical and chemical properties of the system. There are also non-parametric methods that specifically test for temporal structure such as cycles, trajectories, and serial objects (e.g. (36, 51)). Thus shifts in the dominance of different bacterial strains in the environment are probably responsible for the large variation in bacterial biomass C: P, as has been suggested for crustacean zooplankton. These findings indicate that bacteria are more like animals than plants in terms of biomass C: P and N: P homeostasis.
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Methods of studying population shifts in aquatic bacteria in response to environmental change. Ottawa, Canada: Inland Waters Directorate,© (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Maxine A Holder-Franklin.
Holder-Franklin, M. A., Methods of studying population shifts in aquatic bacteria in response to environmental change. In: D. Carlisle (ed.), Methods of studying population shifts in aquatic bacteria in response to environmental change. Inland Waters Direct. Sci. Ser., Google ScholarCited by: 4.
Holder-Franklin, M.A. The development of biological and mathematical methods to study population shifts in aquatic bacteria in response to environmental change. Scientific Series No. Inland Water Directorate, Department of Environment, Ottawa.
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The extinction by the direct microscopic methods. A considerable population of spirilli-like forms wasCited by: Predicting population dynamics would appear to be even more challenging for aquatic bacterial populations given their inherent diversity, rapid generation times, and the wide array of factors that Cited by: The study of bacterial growth can be conducted in controlled laboratory studies using pure cultures of microorganisms, or in situ in environmental matrices such as soil, water or municipal wastes.
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Aquatic Microbiology is devoted to advancing the study of microbes in aqueous environments, with a focus on freshwater, estuarine and oceanic ecosystems. Aquatic microbiological studies are diverse and inherently interdisciplinary.
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However, when gram-negative bacteria dominate the system (as is usually the case in hydrocarbon-contaminated environments), the insight gained from lipid biomarker analysis primarily concerns nutritional or physiological status with little differentiation among bacterial species.
A complementary method by which the shift in such a microbial. We employed culture-dependent and -independent techniques to study microbial diversity in Lake Chaka, a unique hypersaline lake (% salinity) in northwest China.
It is situated at 3, m above sea level in a dry climate. The average water depth is 2 to 3 cm. Halophilic isolates were obtained from the lake water, and halotolerant isolates were obtained from the shallow sediment.
This subsidy–stress response (Odum et al., ) can shift community composition across environmental gradients as well as increase diversity at intermediate exposure levels where sensitive and.
an individual's traits change in response to environmental factors. a population's allele frequencies change over a span of generations. a new species arises from an existing species. a community of organisms changes due to the extinction of several dominant species.
Understanding the ecological impacts of climate change is a crucial challenge of the twenty-first century. There is a clear lack of general rules regarding the impacts of global warming on biota. Here, we present a metaanalysis of the effect of climate change on body size of ectothermic aquatic organisms (bacteria, phyto- and zooplankton, and fish) from the.
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