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AME - Vol. 61, No. 3 - Table of contents

AME - Vol. 61, No. 3 - Table of contents

Aquat Microb Ecol (Print ISSN: 0948-3055; Online ISSN: 1616-1564)
Copyright © 2010 Inter-Research. Published December 30


Progress and perspectives in aquatic microbial ecology: Highlights of the SAME 11, Piran, Slovenia, 2009

Editor: Paul A. del Giorgio

The SAME (Symposium on Aquatic Microbial Ecology) series is a prime space for discussion and interaction for the international aquatic microbial community. SAME 11 was hosted by the Marine Biology Station in Piran, Slovenia, from August 30 to September 4, 2009, and brought together 210 scientists from over 30 countries. This AME SPECIAL, based on the SAME 11, is composed of papers contributed by the invited plenary speakers of the symposium. It aims to provide readers with a synthesis and critical analysis of key contemporary issues in aquatic microbial ecology, highlighting new discoveries and paradigm shifts and cutting-edge technical developments, and providing specific examples of current ecological problems. Topics covered include microbial effects of ocean acidification, the molecular basis of microbial N cycling, the challenges of interpreting massive amounts of sequencing data, the role of phosphorus in the functioning of microbial systems, and bacterial-zooplankton interactions.

We are pleased to make the online version of this AME SPECIAL available with Open Access.

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del Giorgio PA
Progress and perspectives in aquatic microbial ecology: introduction
AME 61:219-220 | Full text in pdf format

Pommier T, Neal PR, Gasol JM, Coll M, Acinas SG, Pedrós-Alió C
Spatial patterns of bacterial richness and evenness in the NW Mediterranean Sea explored by pyrosequencing of the 16S rRNA
AME 61:221-233 | Full text in pdf format

Riemann L, Farnelid H, Steward GF
REVIEW: Nitrogenase genes in non-cyanobacterial plankton: prevalence, diversity and regulation in marine waters
AME 61:235-247 | Full text in pdf format

Thingstad TF, Cuevas LA
Nutrient pathways through the microbial food web: principles and predictability discussed, based on five different experiments
AME 61:249-260 | Full text in pdf format

Tang KW, Turk V, Grossart HP
REVIEW: Linkage between crustacean zooplankton and aquatic bacteria
AME 61:261-277 | Full text in pdf format

Turk V, Hagström Å, Kovač N, Faganeli J
REVIEW: Composition and function of mucilage macroaggregates in the northern Adriatic
AME 61:279-289 | Full text in pdf format

Liu J, Weinbauer MG, Maier C, Dai M, Gattuso JP
Effect of ocean acidification on microbial diversity and on microbe-driven biogeochemistry and ecosystem functioning
AME 61:291-305 | Full text in pdf format