Linking shifts in bacterial community with changes in dissolved organic matter pool in a tropical lake.

@article{vila2019LinkingSI,
  title={Linking shifts in bacterial community with changes in dissolved organic matter pool in a tropical lake.},
  author={M. {\'A}vila and L. P. M. Brand{\~a}o and L. S. Brighenti and D. Tonetta and M. P. Reis and P. St{\ae}hr and E. Asmala and A. Amado and F. Barbosa and J. F. Bezerra-Neto and Andr{\'e}a M.A. Nascimento},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2019},
  volume={672},
  pages={
          990-1003
        }
}
Bacterioplankton communities have a pivotal role in the global carbon cycle. Still the interaction between microbial community and dissolved organic matter (DOM) in freshwater ecosystems remains poorly understood. Here, we report results from a 12-day mesocosm study performed in the epilimnion of a tropical lake, in which inorganic nutrients and allochthonous DOM were supplemented under full light and shading. Although the production of autochthonous DOM triggered by nutrient addition was the… Expand
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