Diel and daily fluctuations in virioplankton production in coastal ecosystems.

@article{Winget2009DielAD,
  title={Diel and daily fluctuations in virioplankton production in coastal ecosystems.},
  author={Danielle M. Winget and K. Eric Wommack},
  journal={Environmental microbiology},
  year={2009},
  volume={11 11},
  pages={2904-14}
}
Viruses saturate the world around us, yet a basic understanding of how viral impacts on microbial host organisms vary over days to hours, which typify the replication cycles of aquatic viruses, remains elusive. Thus, diel patterns of viral production (VP) in Chesapeake Bay surface waters were examined on five sampling dates. Day-to-day variations in VP in the Chesapeake and coastal California surface waters were also investigated. Significant variations in VP were detected over 24 h cycles… CONTINUE READING

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