Amino acid uptake by marine phytoplankters

@inproceedings{Wheeler1999AminoAU,
  title={Amino acid uptake by marine phytoplankters},
  author={Patricia A. Wheeler and Barbara B. North and Grover C. Stephens},
  year={1999}
}
Axenic cultures of 25 species of unicellular marine algae were tested for their ability to utilize nine common amino acids, supplied at high concentrations in batch culture, as a nitrogen source; most species were able to use several amino acids, although growth was often slower than on nitrate nitrogen. The algae were also tested for their ability to t,ake up ‘“C-labclcd amino acids supplied at low, natural concentrations. In most cases, species that could grow on an amino acid at high… CONTINUE READING
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