||Perturbations in the Biomass, Metabolic Activity, and Community Structure of the Estuarine Detrital Microbota: Resource Partitioning in Amphipod Grazing.
Smith, Glen A. ;
Nickels, Janet S. ;
Davis, William M. ;
Martz, Robert F. ;
Findlay, Robert H. ;
||Florida State Univ., Tallahassee.;Environmental Research Lab., Gulf Breeze, FL.;National Science Foundation, Washington, DC.;National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Rockville, MD. Office of Sea Grant.
||EPA-R-806143 ;NSF-OCE76-19671; EPA-600/J-82-324;
Fatty acids ;
Adenosine phosphates ;
Food chains ;
Scanning electron micrography
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||The objectives of this work are to utilize biochemical markers for biomass, metabolic activity, and community structure of the surface microbiota to define: (1) the effect of amphipod grazing, (2) the differences in the effects of grazing in the field and laboratory, and (3) to compare the grazing of Melita appendiculata (Say) to Gammarus mucronatus (Say), two sympatric amphipods with different mouth parts.
||Pub. in Jnl. of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, v64 p125-143 1982. Sponsored in part by Grant NOAA-04-7-158-4406.
|NTIS Title Notes
||Reprint: Perturbations in the Biomass, Metabolic Activity, and Community Structure of the Estuarine Detrital Microbota: Resource Partitioning in Amphipod Grazing.
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||6F; 6A; 57H; 68D; 57B
||PC A02/MF A01