Bacterial uptake of dissolved free and combined amino acids in estuarine waters

@inproceedings{Coffin1989BacterialUO,
  title={Bacterial uptake of dissolved free and combined amino acids in estuarine waters},
  author={Richard B. Coffin},
  year={1989}
}
The Delaware estuary was sampled at lo-14 stations along the main salinity axis from February to August 1985. Dissolved free and combined amino acid concentrations ranged from 50 nM to 1.4 PM and 0.1 to 8.0 PM, respectively. Combined amino acid concentrations were generally higher than dissolved free amino acids. Highest amino acid concentrations wcrc measured in the lower estuary in early spring. Molecular weight analysis of the dissolved combined amino acids revealed that a high percentage of… CONTINUE READING

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