LINKING PHYLOGENY AND LIPID COMPOSITION OF NATURAL BACTERIAL COMMUNITIES IN ARCTIC WATERS

@inproceedings{Dyda2005LINKINGPA,
  title={LINKING PHYLOGENY AND LIPID COMPOSITION OF NATURAL BACTERIAL COMMUNITIES IN ARCTIC WATERS},
  author={Rachael Y. Dyda},
  year={2005}
}
Title of Document: LINKING PHYLOGENY AND LIPID COMPOSITION OF NATURAL BACTERIAL COMMUNITIES IN ARCTIC WATERS Rachael Y. Dyda, M.S., 2005 Directed By: Professor H. Rodger Harvey, Marine Estuarine Environmental Sciences The effects of organic matter on Arctic bacterioplankton community composition and lipid composition were studied in regrowth experiments amended with peat, ice algae and ice-rafted debris. Bacterial community composition was examined using length heterogeneity PCR, individual… CONTINUE READING

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