Growth and uptake kinetics of a facultatively oligotrophic bacterium at low nutrient concentrations

  title={Growth and uptake kinetics of a facultatively oligotrophic bacterium at low nutrient concentrations},
  author={Yuzaburo Ishida and Ichiro Imai and Tohru Miyagaki and Hajime Kadota},
  journal={Microbial Ecology},
In oligotrophic waters, not only community structure but also physiological properties of heterotrophic bacteria are influenced by the concentration of organic matter. The relationship between growth rate of two facultatively oligotrophic strains ofAeromonas sp. No. 6 andFlavobacterium sp. M1 was studied in comparison with that of two eutrophic strains ofEscherichia coli 7020 andFlavobacterium sp. M2. These strains had two or three different substrate constants (Ks values) depending on… CONTINUE READING

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