AME - Vol. 16, No. 1 - Table of contents

Aquat Microb Ecol (Print ISSN: 0948-3055; Online ISSN: 1616-1564)
Copyright © 1998 Inter-Research
Published October 15


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RESEARCH ARTICLES

Bratbak G, Jacobsen A, Heldal M, Nagasaki K, Thingstad F
Virus production in Phaeocystis pouchetii and its relation to host cell growth and nutrition
AME 16:1-9 | Full text in pdf format

Bratbak G, Jacobsen A, Heldal M
Viral lysis of Phaeocystis pouchetii and bacterial secondary production
AME 16:11-16 | Full text in pdf format

Drake LA, Choi KH, Haskell AGE, Dobbs FC
Vertical profiles of virus-like particles and bacteria in the water column and sediments of Chesapeake Bay
AME 16:17-25 | Full text in pdf format

Smith EM
Coherence of microbial respiration rate and cell-specific bacterial activity in a coastal planktonic community
AME 16:27-35 | Full text in pdf format

Karsten U, Maier J, Garcia-Pichel F
Seasonality in UV-absorbing compounds of cyanobacterial mat communities from an intertidal mangrove flat
AME 16:37-44 | Full text in pdf format

Noordkamp DJB, Schotten M, Gieskes WWC, Forney LJ, Gottschal JC, van Rijssel M
High acrylate concentrations in the mucus of Phaeocystis globosa colonies
AME 16:45-52 | Full text in pdf format

González JM, Torréton JP, Dufour P, Charpy L
Temporal and spatial dynamics of the pelagic microbial food web in an atoll lagoon
AME 16:53-64 | Full text in pdf format

Carlsson P, Edling H, Béchemin C
Interactions between a marine dinoflagellate (Alexandrium catenella) and a bacterial community utilizing riverine humic substances
AME 16:65-80 | Full text in pdf format

Legrand C, Carlsson P
Uptake of high molecular weight dextran by the dinoflagellate Alexandrium catenella
AME 16:81-86 | Full text in pdf format

Nausch M
Alkaline phosphatase activities and the relationship to inorganic phosphate in the Pomeranian Bight (southern Baltic Sea)
AME 16:87-94 | Full text in pdf format

Bano N, Moran MA, Hodson RE
Photochemical formation of labile organic matter from two components of dissolved organic carbon in a freshwater wetland
AME 16:95-102 | Full text in pdf format