2 edition of Microbial size spectra from diverse marine ecosystems found in the catalog.
Microbial size spectra from diverse marine ecosystems
Karina Y. H. Gin
|Statement||by Karina Y. H. Gin.|
|Series||MIT/WHOI -- 96-05., MIT/WHOI (Series) -- 96-05.|
|Contributions||Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution., Massachusetts Institute of Technology., M.I.T./W.H.O.I. Joint Program in Oceanography/Applied Ocean and Science and Engineering.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||359 p. :|
|Number of Pages||359|
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Despite their potential importance as analogs of primitive microbial metabolisms, the knowledge of the structure and functioning of the deep ecosystems associated with serpentinizing environments is hampered by the lack of accessibility to relevant systems. These hyperalkaline environments are depleted in dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC), making the carbon sources and assimilation Cited by: Dr. Pamela Fletcher hosted a marine habitat restoration and monitoring and coastal resiliency symposium from Feb at the University of Florida campus in Davie. The goal of this symposium is to introduce interested parties to South Florida's diverse ecosystems and some of the unique challenges associated with the region.
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Cross-scale ecological dynamics and microbial size spectra in marine ecosystems Article in Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences () November with 26. Raimbault, P., Rodier, M., Taupier-Letage, L., Size fraction of phytoplankton in the Ligurian Sea and the Algerian Basin (Mediterranean Sea): Size distribution versus total concentration.
Marine Microbial Food Webs 3, 1–7. Google ScholarCited by: Microbes are critical components of aquatic ecosystems, underpinning the provision of multiple ecosystem services (Azam and Malfatti ; Falkowski et al. ).Their communities, comprised of bacteria, archaea, microbial eukaryotes and viruses, represent nearly unfathomable levels of aquatic biodiversity (Thompson et al.
).A grand challenge facing the field of Cited by: 1. The diversity of microbial communities varies within habitats as much as between habitats. This variation can even occur within a few millimetres, suggesting that microbial diversity encompasses more than the documented evidence available.
Hence, biogeography is gaining importance as a field of study from microbial diversity point of by: 2. The majority of the planet’s habitat is aquatic: more than 80% of Earth’s surface is aquatic, and the volume of habitat in aquatic systems is vast, spanning a range of environments (Table ; Figure ).These habitats are teeming with microbial life.
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Ecosystems deliver essential benefits to humans through the. The ecological and biotechnological services that microorganisms provide to the planet and human society highlight the need to understand and preserve microbial diversity, which is widely distributed, challenging the severity of certain environments.
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Pore size above 10 µm diameter, permeability above 50 mdarcy, and water contents of, respectively, % and % were considered to be sufficient to allow a flow of microorganisms [8,81] and an installation of microbial communities.
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One of our field areas is the hot spring ecosystems of Yellowstone, which are dominated by microbes, and where reactions between water and rock generate diverse chemical compositions. These natural laboratories provide numerous opportunities to test our ideas about how microbes respond to different geochemical supplies of elements.
Photosynthetic microbial mats are complex, stratified ecosystems in which high rates of primary production create a demand for nitrogen, met partially by N₂ fixation.
Dinitrogenase reductase (nifH) genes and transcripts from Cyanobacteria and heterotrophic bacteria (for example, Deltaproteobacteria) were detected in these mats, yet their. The ancient phylum Actinobacteria is composed of phylogenetically and physiologically diverse bacteria that help Earth's ecosystems function.
As free-living organisms and symbionts of herbivorous animals, Actinobacteria contribute to the global carbon cycle through the breakdown of plant biomass.Microbial metabolism is the means by which a microbe obtains the energy and nutrients (e.g. carbon) it needs to live and es use many different types of metabolic strategies and species can often be differentiated from each other based on metabolic characteristics.
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