Autoradiographic Studies of [methyl-H]Thymidine Incorporation in a Cyanobacterium (Microcystis wesenbergii)-Bacterium Association and in Selected Algae and Bacteria.

  • L Bern
  • Published 1985 in Applied and environmental microbiology

Abstract

The present investigation showed by means of autoradiography that the cyanobacterium Microcystis wesenbergii did not incorporate [H]thymidine at nanomolar concentrations, whereas its associated heterotrophic bacteria appearing in the gelatinous cover of the cyanobacterium became labeled. Several other tested cyaobacteria and algae did not incorporate [H]thymidine.

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@article{Bern1985AutoradiographicSO, title={Autoradiographic Studies of [methyl-H]Thymidine Incorporation in a Cyanobacterium (Microcystis wesenbergii)-Bacterium Association and in Selected Algae and Bacteria.}, author={L Bern}, journal={Applied and environmental microbiology}, year={1985}, volume={49 1}, pages={232-3} }