Bacterioplankton community structure and enzymatic activity in Barkley Sound, Canada, and its response to a simulated diatom bloom

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Bacterioplankton community structure and enzymatic activity in Barkley Sound, Canada, and its response to a simulated diatom bloom

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Title: Bacterioplankton community structure and enzymatic activity in Barkley Sound, Canada, and its response to a simulated diatom bloom
Author: Logen, Dane
Abstract: This study examined the bacterioplankton community dynamics in Barkley Sound, located on Vancouver Island Canada, and the extent to which the community structure would change with the occurrence of a simulated diatom bloom. Bottle incubations were conducted using a diatom lysate to replicate bloom conditions. Bacterial relative abundance was monitored along with enzymatic activity. The community structure was also examined to show the community dynamics.
Description: Senior thesis written for Oceanography 444
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1773/16118

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