AME - Vol. 17, No. 3 - Table of contents

Aquat Microb Ecol (Print ISSN: 0948-3055; Online ISSN: 1616-1564)
Copyright © 1999 Inter-Research
Published June 18

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Kirschner AKT, Ulbricht T, Steitz A, Velimirov B
Material fluxes through the procaryotic compartment in a eutrophic backwater creek of the River Danube
AME 17:211-230 | Full text in pdf format

Zutic V, Ivosevic N, Svetlicic V, Long RA, Azam F
Film formation by marine bacteria at a model fluid interface
AME 17:231-238 | Full text in pdf format

Shiah F
Diel cycles of heterotrophic bacterioplankton abundance and production in the ocean surface waters
AME 17:239-246 | Full text in pdf format

Shiah F, Liu KK, Gong GC
Temperature versus substrate limitation of heterotrophic bacterioplankton production across trophic and temperature gradients in the East China Sea
AME 17:247-254 | Full text in pdf format

Podgorsek L, Imhoff JF
Tetrathionate production by sulfur oxidizing bacteria and the role of tetrathionate in the sulfur cycle of Baltic Sea sediments
AME 17:255-265 | Full text in pdf format

Bianchi M, Fosset C, Conan P
Nitrification rates in the NW Mediterranean Sea
AME 17:267-278 | Full text in pdf format

Risgaard-Petersen N, Skårup S, Nielsen LP
Denitrification in a soft bottom lake: evaluation of laboratory incubations
AME 17:279-287 | Full text in pdf format

Wikner J, Cuadros R, Jansson M
Differences in consumption of allochthonous DOC under limnic and estuarine conditions in a watershed
AME 17:289-299 | Full text in pdf format

Caroppo C, Congestri R, Bruno M
On the presence of Phalacroma rotundatum in the southern Adriatic Sea (Italy)
AME 17:301-310 | Full text in pdf format


Kiene RP, Linn LJ
Filter-type and sample handling affect determination of organic substrate uptake by bacterioplankton
AME 17:311-321 | Full text in pdf format