Response of spring and summer riverine microbial communities following glyphosate exposure.

  title={Response of spring and summer riverine microbial communities following glyphosate exposure.},
  author={St{\'e}phane Pesce and Isabelle Batisson and Corinne Bardot and C{\'e}line Fajon and Christophe Portelli and Bernard Montuelle and Jacques Bohatier},
  journal={Ecotoxicology and environmental safety},
  volume={72 7},
Seasonal variation in the response of riverine microbial communities to an environmentally relevant exposure to glyphosate (about 10 microgl(-1)) was assessed on natural communities collected in spring and summer, using two 14-day microcosm studies. The two experiments showed no major effect of glyphosate on algal biomass (chlorophyll a concentrations), bacterial activity ([(3)H]thymidine incorporation), or bacterial community diversity (16S PCR-TTGE detection). Effects on algal community… CONTINUE READING

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