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New vistas in aquatic microbial ecology

A tribute to Jürgen Overbeck on occasion of his 75th birthday

Ed.: Karl-Paul Witzel; Tom Berman

1999. 1. edition, VI, 386 pages, 102 figures, 44 tables, 4 plates, 16x24cm, 850 g
Language: English

(Advances in Limnology, Volume 54)

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Keywords

limnologyaquatic microbial ecologybiodiversityJürgen OverbeckLimnologieBiodiversität

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This work presents contributions from colleagues, former students and other scientists in honor of Professor Jürgen Overbeck to his 75th birthday. New perspectives in aquatic microbial ecology is the main topic of these papers.

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Table of Contents
Vorwort/Preface V
BJÖRK, S.: Laudatio Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c.mult. Jürgen Overbeck 75 Years,
April 1st 1999 1-7
RHEINHEIMER, G.: Cooperation of limnologists and marine microbiolo-
gists in aquatic microbial ecology 9-18
WETZEL, R.G.: Biodiversity and shifting energetic stability within
freshwater ecosystems (With 1 figure) 19-32
MEYER-REIL, L.-A.: The Nordrügensche Boddengewässer - aspects of
microbial ecology of an unique environment (With 1 figure) 33-42
ELLENBROEK, F.M., BÄR-GILISSEN, M.-J.B. & CAPPENBERG, T.E.:
Differential production of heterotrophic bacteria in stratified Lake
Vechten (With 4 figures and 3 tables) 43-59
HOBBIE, J.E., BAHR, M. & RUBLEE, P.A.: Controls on microbial food
webs in oligotrophic arctic lakes (With 3 figures and 1 table) 61-76
BERMAN, T., PARPAROV, A. & SIMON, M.: Carbon fluxes in limnetic
seston: relative significance of respiration, solubilization and non-
photosynthetic formation (With 3 figures and 3 tables) 77-90
ADAMS, D.D. & NAGUIB, M.: Carbon gas cycling in the sediments of
Plußsee, a northern German eutrophic lake, and 16 nearby water
bodies of Schleswig-Holstein (With 4 figures and 2 tables) 91-104
MÜNSTER, U., HEIKKINEN, E., LIKOLAMMI, M., JÄRVINEN, M., SALONEN,
K. & DE HAAN, H.: Utilisation of polymeric and monomeric aromatic
and amino acid carbon in a humic boreal forest lake (With 9 figures
and 5 tables) 105-134
MARXSEN, J.: Importance of bacterial production in the carbon flow of an
upland stream, the Breitenbach (With 4 figures and 1 table) 135-145
RAI, H. & DOCKAL, N.: Carbon flow into major end-products of
photosynthesis in ultraphytoplankton from the deep chlorophyll
maximum layer of the oligotrophic eastern Mediterranean Sea (With 5
figures and 4 tables) 147-166
CHRÓST, R.J., GAJEWSKI, A. & SIUDA, W.: Fluorescein-diacetate (FDA)
assay for determining microbial esterase activity in lake water (With 7
figures and 4 tables) 167-183
LOFERER-KRÖßBACHER, M., WITZEL, K.-P. & PSENNER, R.: DNA content
of aquatic bacteria measured by densitometric image analysis (With 5
figures and 1 table) 185-198
HÖFLE, M.G.: Direct detection of nutrient induced changes in the
community structure of bacterioplankton using low-molecular-weight
RNA analysis (With 4 figures) 199-211
HIRSCH, P.: Diversity of Lake Plußsee bacteria - some old-fashioned
morphological and enrichment culture studies revealing not yet
culturable microbial forms (With 11 figures and 4 tables) 213-235
TAN, T.L., JOIRIS, C.R., GLANSDORFF, N. & RÜGER, H.-J.: Dominance of
oligotrophic bacteria in surface waters above Gunnerus and Astrid
Ridge, Antarctic Ocean (With 3 figures and 5 tables) 237-253
TAN, T.L. & RÜGER, H.-J.: Enrichment, isolation, and Biolog metabolic
fingerprints of oligotrophic bacteria from the Antarctic Ocean (With 2
figures and 2 tables) 255-272
HONG, S.-H., LEE, Y.-O., KIM, H.-W & AHN, T.-S. Succession and
diversity of atteched bacteria on cellulose film and leaves of
Potamogeton crispus in Lake Moonchon, Korea (With 4 figures and 2
tables) 273-282
CHOI, S.-IK, AHN, T.-S. & KATO, K.: An insight into bacterial population
dynamics using image analysis - a diurnal study of L. Soyang, Korea
(With 3 figures) 283-295
KIRCHNER, M., SAHLING, G., SCHÜTT, C. DÖPKE, H. & UHLIG, G.:
Intracellular bacteria in the red tide-forming heterotrophic
dinoflaggellate Noctiluca scintillans (With 6 figures and 3 tables) 297-310
SAKO, Y.: Molecular identification of toxic marine dinoflagellates
Alexandrium species (With 6 figures and 2 tables) 311-324
TEUBNER, K., FEYERABEND, R., HENNING, M., NICKLISCH, A., WOITKE, P.
& KOHL, J.-G.: Alternative blooming of Aphanizomenon flos-aque or
Planktothrix agardhii induced by the timing of the critical nitrogen:
phosphorus ratio in hypertrophic riverine lakes (With 8 figures and 2
tables) 325-344
ECONOMOU-AMILLI, A.: New fossil freshwater taxa of Cyclotella
(Bacillariophyceae) from the Neogene basin of Elasson (Thessalia),
Greece (With 4 plates) 345-357
HOFMANN, W.: Holocene succession and morphological variation of the
Bosmina (Eubosmina) taxa of the Plußsee (northern Germany) (With 4
figures) 359-372
ZWICK, P.: Egg diapause, egg swelling and mother-child size relation-
ships in Plecoptera (Insecta) (With 5 figures) 373-386