Phylogenetic Patterns in the Microbial Response to Resource Availability: Amino Acid Incorporation in San Francisco Bay

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Mayali, Xavier; Weber, Peter K.; Mabery, Shalini; Pett-Ridge, Jennifer;
(2014)
  • Publisher: Figshare
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0095842
  • Subject: Ecology | Biological Sciences | ecology | Marine ecology | microbial ecology | Evolutionary biology | Organismal evolution | Microbial evolution | microbiology | Microbial physiology | geochemistry | Biogeochemistry | chemistry | Environmental chemistry | Carbon cycle | patterns | microbial | amino | incorporation | san | francisco

<div><p>Aquatic microorganisms are typically identified as either oligotrophic or copiotrophic, representing trophic strategies adapted to low or high nutrient concentrations, respectively. Here, we sought to take steps towards identifying these and additional adaptatio... View more
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