Coastal Lagoon Eutrophication and ANaerobic Processes by Susana Benlloch, Francisco Rodríguez-Valera, Silvia G.

By Susana Benlloch, Francisco Rodríguez-Valera, Silvia G. Acinas (auth.), Pierre Caumette, Jacques Castel, Rodney Herbert (eds.)

This multidisciplinary quantity comprehensively reports our present wisdom of the results of city, commercial and agricultural toxins at the biology of shallow coastal marine lagoons. the entire authors are across the world well-known gurus and feature had decades of expertise of their respective fields. the most important power of this quantity is that it integrates numerous fields of analysis together with biogeochemistry, marine microbiology, marine algology and marine zoology. by way of adopting this type of procedure the reader is supplied with a transparent perception of the major strategies enthusiastic about lagoon eutrophication and dystrophy and their effect at the diversified organic groups which stay in such environments. This booklet will for that reason supply an important reference paintings for environmental biologists, ecologists, microbiologists and people occupied with the administration and advertisement exploitation of those economically very important ecosystems.

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Similarity tree showing the relationships of partial l6S rONA sequences from Arcachon Bay (Station A) and representative sequences of the data base. The scale bar indicates sequence divergence (%). 13 1. a Proteobacteria 2. r Proteobacteria 3. Actinomycete 4. Cyanobacteria 5. f3 Proteobacteria 6. LowGC Gram-positive bacteria 7. High GC Gram-positive bacteria 8. 8 Proteobacteria 9. Bacteria soil group 10. CytophagaiFlexibacterlBacteroides 11. Spirochaete 12. 11 5·11 37·11 1 . . 4 Haloferax volcanii - - , - - - - - r - - - , - - - , .

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They could be even more important in the aggregate-associated biota that is probably retained by the glass-fibre filter. In Station A, four clones were phylogenetically related to a novel eubacterial soil group described by Liesack and Stackebrandt (1992). This phylogenetic line was not represented in oligotrophic ocean waters, it could reflect the continental influence in coastal lagoons. We also found clones related with members of Gram-positives (low and high G+C content). Fuhrman (1993) found 9 clones belonging to a new phylogenetic group apparently related to the high G+C Grampositive Bacteria and represented by clone BDAI-5, a single isolate from the Pacific was identical to this one and the rest varied only at I or 2 positions.

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