Species-specific patterns in the vulnerability of carbon-starved bacteria to protist grazing

@article{Anderson2011SpeciesspecificPI,
  title={Species-specific patterns in the vulnerability of carbon-starved bacteria to protist grazing},
  author={R. Anderson and S. Kjelleberg and D. McDougald and K. Jürgens},
  journal={Aquatic Microbial Ecology},
  year={2011},
  volume={64},
  pages={105-116}
}
Many heterotrophic bacteria possess adaptations for prolonged survival under carbon and energy limitation, generally involving a reduction in cell size and an increased resistance to environmen- tal stress factors. In order to reveal whether carbon- starved bacteria also become less vulnerable to protist grazing, we compared the growth of a bac- terivorous nanoflagellate, Cafeteria roenbergensis, on different physiological states of 3 bacterial strains with well-studied starvation responses… Expand
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