Phylogenetic analysis of particle-attached and free-living bacterial communities in the Columbia river, its estuary, and the adjacent coastal ocean.

@article{Crump1999PhylogeneticAO,
  title={Phylogenetic analysis of particle-attached and free-living bacterial communities in the Columbia river, its estuary, and the adjacent coastal ocean.},
  author={Byron C Crump and E. Virginia Armbrust and John A. Baross},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={1999},
  volume={65 7},
  pages={3192-204}
}
The Columbia River estuary is a dynamic system in which estuarine turbidity maxima trap and extend the residence time of particles and particle-attached bacteria over those of the water and free-living bacteria. Particle-attached bacteria dominate bacterial activity in the estuary and are an important part of the estuarine food web. PCR-amplified 16S rRNA genes from particle-attached and free-living bacteria in the Columbia River, its estuary, and the adjacent coastal ocean were cloned, and 239… CONTINUE READING
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These free - living bacteria were related to groups of cosmopolitan freshwater bacteria ( beta - proteobacteria , gram - positive bacteria , and Verrucomicrobium spp . ) and groups of marine organisms ( gram - positive bacteria and alpha - proteobacteria [ SAR11 and Rhodobacter spp . ] ) .
These free - living bacteria were related to groups of cosmopolitan freshwater bacteria ( beta - proteobacteria , gram - positive bacteria , and Verrucomicrobium spp . ) and groups of marine organisms ( gram - positive bacteria and alpha - proteobacteria [ SAR11 and Rhodobacter spp . ] ) .
These free - living bacteria were related to groups of cosmopolitan freshwater bacteria ( beta - proteobacteria , gram - positive bacteria , and Verrucomicrobium spp . ) and groups of marine organisms ( gram - positive bacteria and alpha - proteobacteria [ SAR11 and Rhodobacter spp . ] ) .
These free - living bacteria were related to groups of cosmopolitan freshwater bacteria ( beta - proteobacteria , gram - positive bacteria , and Verrucomicrobium spp . ) and groups of marine organisms ( gram - positive bacteria and alpha - proteobacteria [ SAR11 and Rhodobacter spp . ] ) .
These free - living bacteria were related to groups of cosmopolitan freshwater bacteria ( beta - proteobacteria , gram - positive bacteria , and Verrucomicrobium spp . ) and groups of marine organisms ( gram - positive bacteria and alpha - proteobacteria [ SAR11 and Rhodobacter spp . ] ) .
These free - living bacteria were related to groups of cosmopolitan freshwater bacteria ( beta - proteobacteria , gram - positive bacteria , and Verrucomicrobium spp . ) and groups of marine organisms ( gram - positive bacteria and alpha - proteobacteria [ SAR11 and Rhodobacter spp . ] ) .
These free - living bacteria were related to groups of cosmopolitan freshwater bacteria ( beta - proteobacteria , gram - positive bacteria , and Verrucomicrobium spp . ) and groups of marine organisms ( gram - positive bacteria and alpha - proteobacteria [ SAR11 and Rhodobacter spp . ] ) .
These free - living bacteria were related to groups of cosmopolitan freshwater bacteria ( beta - proteobacteria , gram - positive bacteria , and Verrucomicrobium spp . ) and groups of marine organisms ( gram - positive bacteria and alpha - proteobacteria [ SAR11 and Rhodobacter spp . ] ) .
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