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AME - Vol. 34, No. 1 - Table of contents

AME - Vol. 34, No. 1 - Table of contents

Aquat Microb Ecol (Print ISSN: 0948-3055; Online ISSN: 1616-1564)
Copyright © 2004 Inter-Research
Published January 16

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Barranguet C, van Beusekom SAM, Veuger B, Neu TR, Manders EMM, Sinke JJ, Admiraal W
Studying undisturbed autotrophic biofilms: still a technical challenge
AME 34:1-9 | Full article in pdf format

Lee OO, Qian PY
Potential control of bacterial epibiosis on the surface of the sponge Mycale adhaerens
AME 34:11-21 | Full article in pdf format

Nielsen OI, Gribsholt B, Kristensen E, Revsbech NP
Microscale distribution of oxygen and nitrate in sediment inhabited by Nereis diversicolor: spatial patterns and estimated reaction rates
AME 34:23-32 | Full article in pdf format

Makino W, Cotner JB
Elemental stoichiometry of a heterotrophic bacterial community in a freshwater lake: implications for growth- and resource-dependent variations
AME 34:33-41 | Full article in pdf format

Berman T, Parparov A, Yacobi YZ
Planktonic community production and respiration and the impact of bacteria on carbon cycling in the photic zone of Lake Kinneret
AME 34:43-55 | Full article in pdf format

Agawin NSR, Duarte CM, Agustí S, Vaqué D
Effect of N:P ratios on response of Mediterranean picophytoplankton to experimental nutrient inputs
AME 34:57-67 | Full article in pdf format

Jayakumar DA, Francis CA, Naqvi SWA, Ward BB
Diversity of nitrite reductase genes (nirS) in the denitrifying water column of the coastal Arabian Sea
AME 34:69-78 | Full article in pdf format

Lovejoy C, Price NM, Legendre L
Role of nutrient supply and loss in controlling protist species dominance and microbial food-webs during spring blooms
AME 34:79-92 | Full article in pdf format

Engel A, Delille B, Jacquet S, Riebesell U, Rochelle-Newall E, Terbrüggen A, Zondervan I
Transparent exopolymer particles and dissolved organic carbon production by Emiliania huxleyi exposed to different CO2 concentrations: a mesocosm experiment
AME 34:93-104 | Full article in pdf format