Functional consequences of viral impacts on bacterial communities: a food-web model analysis

@inproceedings{Miki2008FunctionalCO,
  title={Functional consequences of viral impacts on bacterial communities: a food-web model analysis},
  author={Takeshi Miki and Takefumi Nakazawa and Taichi Yokokawa and Toshi Nagata},
  year={2008}
}
Summary 1. Viruses in aquatic ecosystems can alter the abundance of bacteria and influence organic matter flows and bacterial community composition, but the combined effects of the multiple processes involved in the bacteria-mediated carbon cycle are not entirely clear. 2. We developed a new conceptual model that incorporates a fundamental but neglected aspect of bacteria–organic matter interactions: that different bacterial groups utilize different kinds of organic matter. In… CONTINUE READING

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