First evidence for a bipolar distribution of dominant freshwater lake bacterioplankton Journal Item

@inproceedings{Pearce2007FirstEF,
  title={First evidence for a bipolar distribution of dominant freshwater lake bacterioplankton Journal Item},
  author={David A. Pearce and Charles S. Cockell and Eva S Lindstr{\"o}m and Lars J Tranvik},
  year={2007}
}
As a result of the recent application of DNA based technology to the investigation of maritime Antarctic freshwater lakes, patterns have begun to emerge in the bacterioplankton communities that dominate these systems. In this study, the bacterioplankton communities of five Antarctic and five Arctic freshwater lakes were assessed and compared with existing data in the literature, to determine whether emerging patterns in Antarctic lakes also applied to Arctic systems. Such a bipolar comparison… CONTINUE READING
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