Kinetics of bacterial processes in natural aquatic systems based on biomass as determined by high-resolution flow cytometry.


The two primary kinetic constants for describing the concentration dependency of nutrient uptake by microorganisms are shown to be maximal rate of substrate uptake and, rather than the Michaelis constant for transport, specific affinity. Of the two, the specific affinity is more important for describing natural aquatic microbial processes because it can be… (More)


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