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VIRUSES AND THE MICROBIAL LOOP
BRATBAK, G; THINGSTAD, F; HELDAL, M
1994
发表期刊MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
ISSN0095-3628
卷号28期号:2页码:209-221
摘要The abundance of viral-like particles in marine ecosystems ranges from <10(4) ml(-1) to >10(8) ml(-1). Their distribution in time and space parallels that of other biological parameters such as bacterial abundance and chlorophyll a. There is a lack of consensus between methods used to assess viral activity, i.e., rate of change in viral abundance (increase or decrease). The highest rates, 10-100 days(-1), are observed in experiments with short sampling intervals (0.2-2 h), while lower rates, on the order of 1 day(-1), are observed in experiments with longer sampling intervals (days). Few studies have been carried out, but viruses appear, at least in some cases, to have a significant impact on carbon and nutrient flow in microbial food webs. Viruses have also been demonstrated to exert a species specific control of both bacteria and phytoplankton populations in natural waters.
学科领域Environmental Sciences & Ecology ; Marine & Freshwater Biology ; Microbiology
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条目标识符http://ir.scsio.ac.cn/handle/344004/9314
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BRATBAK, G,THINGSTAD, F,HELDAL, M. VIRUSES AND THE MICROBIAL LOOP[J]. MICROBIAL ECOLOGY,1994,28(2):209-221.
APA BRATBAK, G,THINGSTAD, F,&HELDAL, M.(1994).VIRUSES AND THE MICROBIAL LOOP.MICROBIAL ECOLOGY,28(2),209-221.
MLA BRATBAK, G,et al."VIRUSES AND THE MICROBIAL LOOP".MICROBIAL ECOLOGY 28.2(1994):209-221.
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