Bacterial production was measured by uptake of tritiated thymidine (Fuhrman & Azam, 1980, modified by Smith & Azam, 1992).
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BP stands for Bacterial Production
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From laboratory measurements of bacterial production and respiration in size-fractionated samples, we conclude that an average of 82% of whole-water bacterial production and 47% of bacterial respiration occurs by bacteria attached to suspended particles.
Scientists have known about bacterial production of PHB since 1926, but efforts to exploit it as a commercial material earnestly began only in the 1970s in response to increasing oil prices.
Estimating bacterial production in marine waters from the simultaneous incorporation of thymidine and leucine.
Some resistance mechanisms, such as bacterial production of beta-lactamase, are inducible or can be derepressed (35), requiring either upregulation or mutation of genetic material.
During summer stratification, bacterial production is high, the plankton consists of cyanobacteria and large algae, and grazers include protozoans (flagellated and ciliated), rotifers, cyclopoid copepods, and Chaoborus (an insect larva: Porter et al.
Rapid bacterial production and benzene turnover rates at wells, which are down-gradients of the other BTEX plume(s), suggest that the natural bacterial assemblage has the capacity to inhibit migration of the plume.