Investigation on the iron-uptake by natural biofilms.

  title={Investigation on the iron-uptake by natural biofilms.},
  author={C M Julien and Elisabeth Laurent and Bernard Legube and J-H Thomassin and Leslie Mondamert and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Labanowski},
  journal={Water research},
Biofilms are natural communities of microorganisms living in aquatic ecosystems which play an important role in the biogeochemistry of many inorganic elements, including iron. The present work aimed to study the uptake of iron by natural river biofilms (produced in the laboratory) and to examine the relationships between biofilms and iron in water. For that, biofilms were formed from natural water samples collected at different times of the year. Total content and global localization of iron… CONTINUE READING
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