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The simultaneous effect of temperature, salinity and solar radiation, as well as the history and strain of bacterial cells on Escherichia coli (E. coli) survival in seawater under experimental andExpand
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First Report of Cryptosporidium sp. (Coccidia, Apicomplexa) Oocysts in the Black Mussel (Mytilus galloprovincialis) Reared in the Mali Ston Bay, Adriatic Sea
ABSTRACT Cryptosporidium spp. are obligate intracellular apicomplexan parasites that infect epithelial cells of the gastrointestinal systems of a wide range of vertebrate hosts, including humans. ItsExpand
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Range expansion of the non-native oyster Crassostrea gigas in the Adriatic Sea
Aquaculture, the trade of aquatic organisms and maritime transport have facilitated the spread of non-native species across the world and the establishment of many species beyond their native ranges.Expand
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Temporal variations analyses and predictive modeling of microbiological seawater quality.
Bathing water quality is a major public health issue, especially for tourism-oriented regions. Currently used methods within EU allow at least a 2.2 day period for obtaining the analytical results,Expand
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Spatio-temporal reproducibility of the microbial food web structure associated with the change in temperature: Long-term observations in the Adriatic Sea
Abstract Global and atmospheric climate change is altering the thermal conditions in the Adriatic Sea and, consequently, the marine ecosystem. Along the eastern Adriatic coast sea surface temperatureExpand
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Impact of the 3 °C temperature rise on bacterial growth and carbon transfer towards higher trophic levels: Empirical models for the Adriatic Sea
Abstract The Mediterranean Sea (including the Adriatic Sea) has been identified as a ‘hotspot’ for climate change, with the prediction of the increase in water temperature of 2–4 °C over the next fewExpand
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Status of faecal pollution in ports: A basin-wide investigation in the Adriatic Sea.
Ports are subject to a variety of anthropogenic impacts, and there is mounting evidence of faecal contamination through several routes. Yet, little is known about pollution in ports by faecalExpand
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The accumulation of the indicator bacteria Escherichia coli in mussels (Mytilus galloprovincialis) and oysters (Ostrea edulis) under experimental conditions
Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries, P.O. Box 500, Split, Croatia*Corresponding author, e-mail: sjozic@izor.hrKey words: Mytilus galloprovincialis, Ostrea edulis, Escherichia coli, concentrationExpand
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Escherichia coli in marine water: Comparison of methods for the assessment of recreational bathing water samples.
Bathing Water Directive (2006/7/EC) specifies two reference methods for Escherichia coli detection: ISO 9308-1 and 9308-3. The revised ISO 9308-1 is recommended only for waters with a low bacterialExpand
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The effect of temperature increase on microbial carbon fluxes in the Adriatic Sea: an experimental approach.
An assessment of the temperature increase effect on processes within the microbial food web provides a better insight into the carbon transfer and energy flow processes in marine environments in theExpand
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