Diel, seasonal, and depth-related variability of viruses and dissolved DNA in the northern Adriatic Sea

@article{Weinbauer1995DielSA,
  title={Diel, seasonal, and depth-related variability of viruses and dissolved DNA in the northern Adriatic Sea},
  author={Markus G. Weinbauer and Dragica Fuks and Sta{\vs}a Pu{\vs}kari{\'c} and Peter Peduzzi},
  journal={Microbial Ecology},
  year={1995},
  volume={30},
  pages={25-41}
}
The depth-dependent, seasonal, and diel variability of virus numbers, dissolved DNA (D-DNA), and other microbial parameters was investigated in the northern Adriatic Sea. During periods of water stratification, we found higher virus abundances and virus/bacterium ratios (VBRs) as well as a larger variability of D-DNA concentrations at the thermocline, probably as a result of higher microbial biomass. At the two investigated stations, virus densities were highest in summer and autumn (up to 9.5… CONTINUE READING
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