Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on the Measurement of Microbial Activities in the Carbon Cycle in Aquatic Ecosystems

Ed.: Vera Straskrabová

1990. IX, 304 pages, 102 figures, 47 tables, 16x24cm, 640 g
Language: English

(Advances in Limnology, Volume 34)

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The main topic of the 4th International Workshop on Measurements of Microbial Activities in the Carbon Cycle in Aquatic Ecosystems was the role of protozoan grazing in controlling bacterial biomass.

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List of participants VII

Preface VIII
Sediment-water interactions (Chairman: T. E. CAPPENBERG)
MEYER-REIL, L.-A.: Microorganisms in marine sediments: considerations
concerning activity measurement. (With 3 figures in the text) 1-6
REICHARDT, W.: Measurement of CO2-fixation in sediments. Some
theoretical and technical aspects. (With 9 figures and 3 tables in the
text) 7-16
CAPPENBERG, Th. E.: Microbial activities in sediment-water
interactions, their role in understanding shallow aquatic ecosystems
(Abstract) 17
SWEERTS, J.-P. R. A. & CAPPENBERG, Th. E.: Aerobic and anaerobic
mineralisation in the littoral and profundal sediments of a stratified
lake (Abstract) 19

MARXSEN, J. & WITZEL, K.-P.: Measurement of exoenzymatic activity in
streambed sediments using methylumbelliferyl-substrates. (With 4
figures and 1 table in the text) 21-28
BOYANOVSKY, B. B.: A method of measuring the dehydrogenase activity of
sediments. (With 1 figure in the text) 29-31
Bacterial-algal interactions, algal exudation (Chairmen:

BJÖRNSEN, P. K.: Phytoplankton exudation: income tax or property tax?
(Abstract) 33

RIEMANN, B.: Release of extracellular organic carbon from
phytoplankton: an experimental approach (Abstract) 35
VYHNALEK, V. & STMEK, K.: Growth of bacteria on organic matter
produced by algae in continuous cultures. (With 2 figures in the text) 37-42
FUKAMI, K., OHARA, S. & ISHIDA, Y.: Effect of extracellular organic
carbon (EOC) from phytoplankton on the community structure of
oligotrophic bacteria. (With 2 figures and 1 table in the text) 43-47
KATO, K.: Carbon flux from phytoplankton to free-living bacterial
DNA. (With 2 tables in the text) 49-52
LIGNELL, R.: Algal exudation and its relation to bacterial production
during vernal phytoplankton blooms. (With 1 figure and 1 table in the
text) 53-59
NIXDORF, B.: The fate of phytoplankton primary production: losses in
relation to bacterial metabolism in a eutrophic shallow lake. (With 2
figures in the text) 61-65
STUDA, W. & WCISEO, R.: Production and utilization of organic matter
by microplankton in an eutrophic lake. (With 3 figures and 2 tables in
the text) 67-73
ANTONIETTI, R.: Autotrophic and heterotrophic ATP pools in microbial
communities: suggestions for separation and for bacterial growth rate
evaluation. (With 6 figures in the text) 75-80

Bacterial enzyme activity and substrate uptake, organic matter decomposition
(Chairman: J. OVERBECK)
OVERBECK, J. & SAKO, Y.: Ecological aspects of enzyme regulation in
aquatic bacteria. (With 5 figures and 3 tables in the text) 81-92

CHROST, R. J. & OVERBECK, J.: Substrate-exoenzyme interaction:
significance of ß-glucosidase activity for glucose metabolism by
aquatic bacteria. (With 2 figures in the text) 93-98
JÖRGENSEN, N. O. G.: Assimilation of free monosaccharides and amino
acids relative to bacterial production in eutrophic lake water. (With
7 figures in the text) 99-110
CHROST, R. J.: Application of the isotope dilution principle to the
determination of substrate incorporation by aquatic bacteria. (With 3
figures and 2 tables in the text) 111-117
LIND, O. T. & DAVALOS, L. O.: Clay, dissolved organic matter, and
bacterial interactions in two reservoirs. (With 1 figure and 1 table
in the text) 119-125
GUNATILAKA, A., MENDEZ, M. C. & HERNDL, G.: Microbial interactions
during decomposition of Phragmites litter (Abstract) 127
PEDUZZI, P.: Colonization and carbohydrate utilisation of gastropod
mucus (Monodonta turbirzata) by microheterotrophs (Abstract) 129
CASPER, P.: Input and mineralisation of organic carbon in lakes. (With
2 figures and 2 tables in the text) 131-135
decomposition of lignocellulosic carbon in a flooded ricefield
soil. (With 2 figures and 5 tables in the text) 137-142
PUNCOCHAR, P.: Reaction of microbial periphyton to substrate
concentration changes in a running water model. (With 1 table in the
text) 143-144
VRBA, J.: Effect of periodic illumination on vitrification in the
continuous cultivation. (With 2 figures and 1 table in the text) 145-150
Production and significance of bacteria in plankton and sediment
(Chairman: D. J. W. MORIARTY)
SIMON, M.: Improved assessment of bacterial production: combined
measurements of protein synthesis via leucine and cell multiplication
via thymidine incorporation 151-155
SOROKIN,V. I.: Comparative evaluation of the isotopic methods for the
measurements of microbial production in the sea. (With 4 figures and 2
tables in the text) 157-164
GÜDE, H.: Bacterial net production approaching zero - a frequent
phenomenon in pelagic environments ? 165-169

BELL, R. T.: Production and respiration of free-living
bacterioplankton in a eutrophic lake (Abstract) 171
KRAMBECK, Ch. & KRAMBECK, H. -J.: True dimensions of bacterioplankton
cells ? (Abstract) 173
BABENZIEN, H.-D. & BABENZIEN, Ch.: Microbial activities in a naturally
acidotrophic lake. (With 3 figures and 2 tables in the text) 175-181
MORIARTY, D. J. W.: Bacterial productivity in sediments. (With 1
figure in the text) 183-189

BILLEN, G.: Delayed development of bacterioplankton with respect to
phytoplankton: a clue for understanding their trophic
relationships. (With 7 figures in the text) 191-201
FUKSA, J. K.: Numbers and activity of bacterioplankton in various
types of waters in Czechoslovakia: Relations to chlorophyll
concentration. (With 1 figure in the text) 203-208
DRABKOVA, V. G.: Bacterial production and respiration in the lakes of
different types. (With 4 figures and 2 tables in the text) 209-214
OLAH, J., PEKAR, F., LIPTAK, M. & TOTH, E. O.: Primary, bacterial and
fish production in organic loaded ponds (Abstract) 215
AUTIO, R. M.: Pelagic bacterioplankton in the Baltic proper. (With 3
figures and 2 tables in the text) 217-226
MARKOSOVA, R.: Changes of planktonic bacteria in experimental
limnocorrals manipulated with nutrients (N. P) and with planktivorous
fish (Abstract) 227
Distribution and seasonal changes of planktonic bacteria, interactions
and grazing impact (Chairman: V. STRASKRABOVA)
STRASKRABOVA, V., SIMEK, K. & KOMARKOVA, J.: Modelling seasonal
changes of epilimnetic bacteria on the basis of phyto- and zooplankton
dynamics. (With 1 figure and 1 table in the text) 229-235
HÖFLE, M. G. & BRETTAR, I.: Correlation between microbial activity and
taxonomic structure in the water column of the central Baltic
(Abstract) 237
ARNDT, H., JOST, G. & WASMUND, N.: Dynamics of pelagic ciliates in
eutrophic estuarine waters: importance of functional groups among
ciliates and responses to bacterial and phytoplankton
production. (With 3 figures in the text) 239-245
BLOEM, J. & CAPPENBERG, Th. E.: Bacterial production, protozoan grazing and
mineralization in stratified Lake Vechten (Abstract) 247

STEENBERGEN, C. L. M. & VAN DEN HOVEN, P.: A note on the measurement
of production of phototrophic bacteria in deep layers. (With 2 figures
and I table in the text) 249-255
PAVELIEVA, E. B.: The trophic relation in the microzooplankton community. (With
3 figures and 2 tables in the text) 257-261
JÜRGENS, K.& GUDE, H.: Role of bacteria and heterotrophic
nanoflagellates (HNF) for epilimnetic P-cycling in Lake Constance
(Extended abstract) 263-264
HERNDL, G. J.: Marine amorphous aggregates (marine snow) as a model
system of the "microbial loop" (Abstract) 265

SOROKIN, Y. I.: Heterotrophic microplankton in plankton successions
and self purification processes along the Yenisei river. (With 4
figures and 2 tables in the text) 267-273

SIMEK, K., MACEK, M. & VYHNALEK, V.: Uptake of bacteria-sized
fluorescent particles by natural protozoan assemblage in a
reservoir. (With 2 figures and 2 tables in the text) 275-281
KUUPPO-LEINIKKI, P. & KUOSA, H.: Estimation of flagellate grazing on
bacteria by size fractionation in the Northern Baltic Sea. (With 2
figures and 2 tables in the text) 283-290
KIVI, K.: The role of pelagic protozoans in the Northern Baltic Sea- an
experimental approach (Abstract) 291
TOBIESEN, A.: Temperature dependent filtration rates and size
selection in some heterotrophic microflagellates and one
dinoflagellate. (With 5 figures and 3 tables in the text) 293-304