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    1. Worm, J; Gustavson, K; Garde, K; Borch, NH; Sondergaard, M
      Functional similarity of attached and free-living bacteria during freshwater phytoplankton blooms

      AQUATIC MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    2. Kamjunke, N; Mehner, T
      Coupling the microbial food web with fish: are bacteria attached to cyanobacteria an important food source for underyearling roach?

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    3. Oulahal-Lagsir, N; Martial-Gros, A; Bonneau, M; Blum, LJ
      Ultrasonic methodology coupled to ATP bioluminescence for the non-invasivedetection of fouling in food processing equipment - validation and application to a dairy factory

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY
    4. Hollibaugh, JT; Wong, PS; Murrell, MC
      Similarity of particle-associated and free-living bacterial communities innorthern San Francisco Bay, California

      AQUATIC MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    5. Revilla, M; Iriarte, A; Madariaga, I; Orive, E
      Bacterial and phytoplankton dynamics along a trophic gradient in a shallowtemperate estuary

      ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE
    6. Crump, BC; Baross, JA
      Characterization of the bacterially-active particle fraction in the Columbia River estuary

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    7. Artolozaga, I; Ayo, B; Latatu, A; Azua, I; Unanue, M; Iriberri, J
      Spatial distribution of protists in the presence of macroaggregates in a marine system

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY ECOLOGY
    8. Dutreux, N; Notermans, S; Wijtzes, T; Gongora-Nieto, MM; Barbosa-Canovas, GV; Swanson, BG
      Pulsed electric fields inactivation of attached and free-living Escherichia coli and Listeria innocua under several conditions

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FOOD MICROBIOLOGY
    9. Baty, AM; Eastburn, CC; Techkarnjanaruk, S; Goodman, AE; Geesey, GG
      Spatial and temporal variations in chitinolytic gene expression and bacterial biomass production during chitin degradation

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    10. Riemann, L; Steward, GF; Azam, F
      Dynamics of bacterial community composition and activity during a mesocosmdiatom bloom

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    11. Worner, U; Zimmerman-Timm, H; Kausch, H
      Succession of protists on estuarine aggregates

      MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    12. Jurgens, K; Sala, MM
      Predation-mediated shifts in size distribution of microbial biomass and activity during detritus decomposition

      OIKOS
    13. Brunberg, AK
      Contribution of bacteria in the mucilage of Microcystis spp. (Cyanobacteria) to benthic and pelagic bacterial production in a hypereutrophic lake

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY ECOLOGY
    14. Hollibaugh, JT; Wong, PS
      Microbial processes in the San Francisco Bay estuarine turbidity maximum

      ESTUARIES
    15. Zubkov, MV; Sleigh, MA
      Growth of amoebae and flagellates on bacteria deposited on filters

      MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    16. Murrell, MC; Hollibaugh, JT; Silver, MW; Wong, PS
      Bacterioplankton dynamics in northern San Francisco Bay: Role of particle association and seasonal freshwater flow

      LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY
    17. HOLAH JT; LAVAUD A; PETERS W; DYE KA
      FUTURE TECHNIQUES FOR DISINFECTANT EFFICACY TESTING

      International biodeterioration & biodegradation
    18. CRUMP BC; BAROSS JA; SIMENSTAD CA
      DOMINANCE OF PARTICLE-ATTACHED BACTERIA IN THE COLUMBIA RIVER ESTUARY, USA

      Aquatic microbial ecology
    19. WORM J; SONDERGAARD M
      DYNAMICS OF HETEROTROPHIC BACTERIA ATTACHED TO MICROCYSTIS SPP. (CYANOBACTERIA)

      Aquatic microbial ecology
    20. BECQUEVORT S; ROUSSEAU V; LANCELOT C
      MAJOR AND COMPARABLE ROLES FOR FREE-LIVING AND ATTACHED BACTERIA IN THE DEGRADATION OF PHAEOCYSTIS-DERIVED ORGANIC-MATTER IN BELGIAN COASTAL WATERS OF THE NORTH-SEA

      Aquatic microbial ecology
    21. Kozuki, Y; Hosoi, Y; Murakami, H; Kawamoto, K
      Physical and bacterial processes affecting suspended particulate matter ina tidal river

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    22. DOONG RA; WU SC; CHEN TF
      MODELING TRANSPORT AND FATE OF CHLORINATED HYDROCARBONS GOVERNED BY BIOTIC TRANSFORMATION IN POROUS-MEDIA

      Water research
    23. FLINT SH; BROOKS JD; BREMER PJ
      USE OF THE MALTHUS CONDUCTANCE GROWTH ANALYZER TO DETERMINE NUMBERS OF THERMOPHILIC STREPTOCOCCI ON STAINLESS-STEEL

      Journal of applied microbiology
    24. NISHIJIMA W; AKAMA T; SHOTO E; OKADA M
      EFFECTS OF ADSORBED SUBSTANCES ON BIOACTIVITY OF ATTACHED BACTERIA ONGRANULAR ACTIVATED CARBON

      Water science and technology
    25. MARCHESI JR; WHITE GF; RUSSELL NJ; HOUSE WA
      EFFECT OF RIVER SEDIMENT ON THE BIODEGRADATION KINETICS OF SURFACTANTAND NONSURFACTANT COMPOUNDS

      FEMS microbiology, ecology
    26. EPSTEIN SS
      MICROBIAL FOOD WEBS IN MARINE-SEDIMENTS .2. SEASONAL-CHANGES IN TROPHIC INTERACTIONS IN A SANDY TIDAL FLAT COMMUNITY

      Microbial ecology
    27. CRUMP BC; BAROSS JA
      PARTICLE-ATTACHED BACTERIA AND HETEROTROPHIC PLANKTON ASSOCIATED WITHTHE COLUMBIA RIVER ESTUARINE TURBIDITY MAXIMA

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    28. HIBMA AM; JASSIM SAA; GRIFFITHS MW
      IN-VIVO BIOLUMINESCENCE TO DETECT THE ATTACHMENT OF L-FORMS OF LISTERIA-MONOCYTOGENES TO FOOD AND CLINICAL CONTACT SURFACES

      International journal of food microbiology
    29. SMITH DC; STEWARD GF; LONG RA; AZAM F
      BACTERIAL MEDIATION OF CARBON FLUXES DURING A DIATOM BLOOM IN A MESOCOSM

      Deep-sea research. Part 2. Topical studies in oceanography
    30. LAZAROVA V; MANEM J
      BIOFILM CHARACTERIZATION AND ACTIVITY ANALYSIS IN WATER AND WASTE-WATER TREATMENT

      Water research
    31. EKENDAHL S; PEDERSEN K
      CARBON TRANSFORMATIONS BY ATTACHED BACTERIAL-POPULATIONS IN GRANITIC GROUNDWATER FROM DEEP CRYSTALLINE BED-ROCK OF THE STRIPA RESEARCH MINE

      Microbiology
    32. EKENDAHL S; ARLINGER J; STAHL F; PEDERSEN K
      CHARACTERIZATION OF ATTACHED BACTERIAL-POPULATIONS IN DEEP GRANITIC GROUNDWATER FROM THE STRIPA RESEARCH MINE BY 16S RIBOSOMAL-RNA GENE SEQUENCING AND SCANNING ELECTRON-MICROSCOPY

      Microbiology
    33. VOLK C; RENNER C; ROBERT C; JORET JC
      COMPARISON OF 2 TECHNIQUES FOR MEASURING BIODEGRADABLE DISSOLVED ORGANIC-CARBON IN WATER

      Environmental technology
    34. MAURICE L
      BIODEGRADABILITY OF ORGANIC-MATTER IN THE WATER COLUMN AND FLUID MUD OF THE LOIRE ESTUARY

      Oceanologica acta
    35. NAIR S; BHARATHI PAL; CHANDRAMOHAN D
      CULTURABLE HETEROTROPHIC BACTERIA FROM THE EUPHOTIC ZONE OF THE INDIAN-OCEAN DURING THE SUMMER MONSOON

      Oceanologica acta
    36. PASSOW U; ALLDREDGE AL
      DISTRIBUTION, SIZE AND BACTERIAL-COLONIZATION OF TRANSPARENT EXOPOLYMER PARTICLES (TEP) IN THE OCEAN

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    37. PASSOW U; ALLDREDGE AL
      DISTRIBUTION, SIZE AND BACTERIAL-COLONIZATION OF TRANSPARENT EXOPOLYMER PARTICLES (TEP) IN THE OCEAN

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    38. KEPNER RL; PRATT JR
      USE OF FLUOROCHROMES FOR DIRECT ENUMERATION OF TOTAL BACTERIA IN ENVIRONMENTAL-SAMPLES - PAST AND PRESENT

      Microbiological reviews
    39. BAATH E
      THYMIDINE AND LEUCINE INCORPORATION IN SOIL BACTERIA WITH DIFFERENT CELL-SIZE

      Microbial ecology
    40. PERISSOL C; ROUX M; LEPETIT J
      SUCCESSION OF BACTERIA ATTACHED TO EVERGREEN OAK LEAF SURFACES

      European journal of soil biology
    41. BIRD DF; KALFF J
      PROTOZOAN GRAZING AND THE SIZE ACTIVITY STRUCTURE OF LIMNETIC BACTERIAL COMMUNITIES

      Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences
    42. UNANUE M; AZUA I; BARCINA I; EGEA L; IRIBERRI J
      SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF AMINOPEPTIDASE ACTIVITY AND BACTERIAL INCORPORATION OF DISSOLVED SUBSTRATES IN 3 AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS

      FEMS microbiology, ecology
    43. IRIBERRI J; AYO B; UNANUE M; BARCINA I; EGEA L
      CHANNELING OF BACTERIOPLANKTONIC PRODUCTION TOWARD PHAGOTROPHIC FLAGELLATES AND CILIATES UNDER DIFFERENT SEASONAL CONDITIONS IN A RIVER

      Microbial ecology
    44. GROSSART HP; SIMON M
      LIMNETIC MACROSCOPIC ORGANIC AGGREGATES (LAKE SNOW) - OCCURRENCE, CHARACTERISTICS, AND MICROBIAL DYNAMICS IN LAKE CONSTANCE

      Limnology and oceanography
    45. GAEDKE U
      ECOSYSTEM ANALYSIS BASED ON BIOMASS SIZE DISTRIBUTIONS - A CASE-STUDYOF A PLANKTON COMMUNITY IN A LARGE LAKE

      Limnology and oceanography


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