Temporal distribution of viruses , bacteria and phytoplankton throughout the water column in a freshwater hypereutrophic lake

@inproceedings{Goddard2005TemporalDO,
  title={Temporal distribution of viruses , bacteria and phytoplankton throughout the water column in a freshwater hypereutrophic lake},
  author={Victoria J Goddard and Andrea C. Baker and Joanne E. Davy and David G. Adams and M. M. De Ville and Stephen J Thackeray and Stephen C. Maberly and William H. Wilson},
  year={2005}
}
Analytical flow cytometry (AFC) and denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (DGGE) were used to investigate the diversity and dynamics of viruses, bacteria and phytoplankton communities in a hypereutrophic freshwater lake. Samples were taken from different depths throughout the water column over an annual cycle. Priest Pot is a small lake in the Lake District in NW England (UK), and has been well characterised in previous studies; however, little is known of the diversity and dynamics of the… CONTINUE READING