By Jürgen Overbeck, Ryszard J. Chrost
Aquatic microbial ecology, a starting to be interdisciplinary box, has develop into more and more compartmentalized lately. the purpose of this quantity is to suggest a framework for biochemical and molecular techniques, that are hired ever extra broadly in stories of aquatic microbial groups and surroundings functioning. The e-book offers state-of-the-art functions of contemporary molecular study ideas to a number of 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 drawn to environmental microbiology and molecular features of ecology, this quantity will supply a stimulating advent to this rising field.
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Moreover, as glycolic acid is a common and often most abundant excretory product of phytoplankton photosynthesis, it can also be considered as a model compound of algal ROOM exudation in aquatic environments. 6). Glycolic acid concentrations (measured by capillary gas liquid chromatography) varied markedly with sampling time in the lake. ) in a surface layer (0 to 1 m), where the highest amplitudes of variations in glycolic acid concentration were also found. g C 1-1) of this compound did not vary significantly at the different sampling depths, excluding 5-m depth where its lowest concentrations were noted.
Aquatic Microbial Ecology: Biochemical and Molecular Approaches by Jürgen Overbeck, Ryszard J. Chrost