Marine Heterotrophic Bacteria in Continuous Culture, the Bacterial Carbon Growth Efficiency, and Mineralization at Excess Substrate and Different Temperatures

@article{JimnezMercado2006MarineHB,
  title={Marine Heterotrophic Bacteria in Continuous Culture, the Bacterial Carbon Growth Efficiency, and Mineralization at Excess Substrate and Different Temperatures},
  author={Alejandrina Jim{\'e}nez-Mercado and Ram{\'o}n Cajal-Medrano and Helmut Maske},
  journal={Microbial Ecology},
  year={2006},
  volume={54},
  pages={56-64}
}
To model the physiological potential of marine heterotrophic bacteria, their role in the food web, and in the biogeochemical carbon cycle, we need to know their growth efficiency response within a matrix of different temperatures and degrees of organic substrate limitation. In this work, we present one part of this matrix, the carbon growth efficiencies of marine bacteria under different temperatures and nonlimiting organic and inorganic substrate supply. We ran aerobic turbidostats with… CONTINUE READING
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