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AME - Vol. 65, No. 2 - Table of contents

AME - Vol. 65, No. 2 - Table of contents

Aquat Microb Ecol (Print ISSN: 0948-3055; Online ISSN: 1616-1564)
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Morgan-Smith D, Herndl GJ, van Aken HM, Bochdansky AB
Abundance of eukaryotic microbes in the deep subtropical North Atlantic
AME 65:103-115 | More Information... | Full text in pdf format

Yuan X, Yin K, Harrison PJ, Zhang J
Phytoplankton are more tolerant to UV than ­bacteria and viruses in the northern South China Sea
AME 65:117-128 | Full text in pdf format

Pizzetti I, Gobet A, Fuchs BM, Amann R, Fazi S
Abundance and diversity of Planctomycetes in a Tyrrhenian coastal system of central Italy
AME 65:129-141 | Full text in pdf format

Ortmann AC, Metzger RC, Liefer JD, Novoveska L
Grazing and viral lysis vary for different components of the microbial community across an estuarine gradient
AME 65:143-157 | Full text in pdf format

Souza AC, Pease TK, Gardner WS
The direct role of enzyme hydrolysis on ammonium regeneration rates in estuarine sediments
AME 65:159-168 | Full text in pdf format

Pedersen MØ, Serrano O, Mateo MÁ, Holmer M
Temperature effects on decomposition of a Posidonia oceanica mat
AME 65:169-182 | Full text in pdf format

Matoničkin Kepčija R, Miliša M, Sertić Perić M, Matijić Cvjetović M, Primc-Habdija B
Response of periphyton to nutrient addition in a tufa-depositing environment
AME 65:183-195 | Full text in pdf format

Deines P, Fink P
The potential of methanotrophic bacteria to compensate for food quantity or food quality limitations in Daphnia
AME 65:197-206 | Full text in pdf format