Phytoplankton communities from San Francisco Bay Delta respond differently to oxidized and reduced nitrogen substrates—even under conditions that would otherwise suggest nitrogen sufficiency

@inproceedings{Glibert2014PhytoplanktonCF,
  title={Phytoplankton communities from San Francisco Bay Delta respond differently to oxidized and reduced nitrogen substrates—even under conditions that would otherwise suggest nitrogen sufficiency},
  author={P M Glibert and Frances P. Wilkerson and Richard C. Dugdale and Alexander E. Parker and Jeffrey Alexander and Sarah B. Blaser and Susan Murasko},
  booktitle={Front. Mar. Sci.},
  year={2014}
}
*Correspondence: Patricia M. Glibert, Horn Point Laboratory, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, PO Box 775, 2020 Horns Point Rd., Cambridge, MD 21613, USA e-mail: glibert@umces.edu The effect of equivalent additions of nitrogen (N, 30–40 μM-N) in different forms (ammonium, NH4 , and nitrate, NO − 3 ) under conditions of different light exposure on phytoplankton community composition was studied in a series of four, 5-day enclosure experiments on water collected from the… CONTINUE READING

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