Microbial antagonism: a neglected avenue of natural products research.

@article{Burgess1999MicrobialAA,
  title={Microbial antagonism: a neglected avenue of natural products research.},
  author={John G. Burgess and Elzora M Jordan and Migena Bregu and Andrew Mearns-Spragg and Kenneth G. Boyd},
  journal={Journal of biotechnology},
  year={1999},
  volume={70 1-3},
  pages={27-32}
}
Competition amongst microbes for space and nutrients in the marine environment is a powerful selective force which has led to the evolution of a variety of effective strategies for colonising and growing on surfaces. We are particularly interested in the chemical ecology of marine epibiotic bacteria which live on the surfaces of marine algae or invertebrates. Over 400 strains of surface-associated bacteria from various species of seaweed and invertebrate from Scottish coastal waters were… CONTINUE READING

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