Inorganic nutrient and carbon controlled bacterioplankton growth in the Baltic Sea

@inproceedings{Kuparinen1993InorganicNA,
  title={Inorganic nutrient and carbon controlled bacterioplankton growth in the Baltic Sea},
  author={Jorma Kuparinen and Anne Hein{\"a}nen},
  year={1993}
}
Abstract Responses of natural bacterioplankton assemblages to additions of inorganic nutrients (NH 4 -N and PO 4 -P) and carbon (sucrose) were studied in seawater cultures. Cultures were obtained from surface water during different stages of phytoplankton succession and prepared by mixing 0·8 μm (Nuclepore filter) and 0·2 μm gravity filtered water (Nuclepore cartridge filter) in 1:10 proportion. Sucrose was taken up by bacteria at a rate up to 54% h -1 . The mean percent respiration was 43% in… CONTINUE READING

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