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G. g. the budding and prosthecate bacteria). Many organisms have extensive invaginations of the cytoplasmic membrane, which results in increased SA. 2 shows the dimensions and volumes of some representative marine prokaryotes. Although the majority of marine bacteria are very small, there are some notable exceptions. 2 Size range of some representative marine prokaryotes Organism Characteristics Size Volume (μm)1 (μm3) Thermodiscus sp. Disk-shaped. Hyperthermophilic Archaea. 003 ‘Pelagibacter’ Crescent-shaped.
4). In turbid coastal waters, during seasonal plankton blooms, the photic zone may be only a few meters deep. Solar radiation also leads to thermal stratification of seawater. In tropical seas, the continual input of energy from sunlight leads to warming of the surface waters to 25–30°C, causing a considerable difference in density from that of deeper waters. Thus, throughout the year, there is a marked thermocline at about 100–150 m, below which there is a sudden reduction in temperature to 10°C or less.
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