Flow sorting in aquatic ecology

@inproceedings{Reckermann2000FlowSI,
  title={Flow sorting in aquatic ecology},
  author={Marcus Reckermann},
  year={2000}
}
Flow sorting can be a very helpful tool in revealing phytoplankton and bacterial community structure and elaborating specific physiological parameters of isolated species. Droplet sorting has been the most common technique. Despite the high optical and hydro-dynamic stress for the cells to be sorted, many species grow in culture subsequent to sorting. To date, flow sorting has been applied to post-incubation separation in natural water samples to account for group-specific physiological… CONTINUE READING

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