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The journal of microbiology v.42 no.4, 2004년, pp.357 - 360  
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Bacterial Aggregates Formation After Addition of Glucose in Lake Baikal Water

Spiglazov Lev P.    (Limnological Institute, Russian Academy of Science   ); Drucker Valentin V.    (Limnological Institute, Russian Academy of Science   ); Ahn Tae Seok    (Department of Environmental Science, Kangwon National University  );
  • 초록

    For determining the process of bacterial aggregation, glucose was added into water from Lake Baikal which had been stored for seven months. In the presence of a higher concentration of glucose, the abun­dance of single bacteria and aggregates were higher, but the biovolumes of both bacteria were similar. Theses results mean that both free-living and aggregated bacteria have similar maximum sizes and that aggregates are forming with available organic materials. With available organic materials, the biovol­ume of aggregates becomes larger.


  • 주제어

    Bacterial aggregates .   Bacterial biovolume .   Glucose addition .   Lake Baikal .   Lake snow.  

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