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bacteria, planktonic


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bacteria, planktonic

bacteria, planktonic

Coaggregation between freshwater bacteria within biofilm and planktonic communities

Planktonic bacteria and fungi are selectively eliminated by exposure to marine macroalgae in close proximity

Non-cooperative behaviour of bacteria prevents efficient phosphorus utilization of planktonic communities

A novel approach for high throughput cultivation assays and the isolation of planktonic bacteria

Comparison of pure cultures and natural assemblages of planktonic photosynthetic sulfur bacteria by low molecular mass RNA fingerprinting

Trophic links in the lowland River Meuse (Belgium): assessing the role of bacteria and protozoans in planktonic food webs

Bacteria associated with a marine planktonic copepod in culture. II. Degradation of fecal pellets produced on a diatom, a nanoflagellate or a dinoflagellate diet

Is phosphorus limitation of planktonic heterotrophic bacteria and accumulation of degradable DOC a normal phenomenon in phosphorus-limited systems? A microcosm study

In vitro activity of ceftazidime, ciprofloxacin, meropenem, minocycline, tobramycin and trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole against planktonic and sessile Burkholderia cepacia complex bacteria

The combination of ultrasound with antibiotics released from bone cement decreases the viability of planktonic and biofilm bacteria: an in vitro study with clinical strains

Bacteria associated with a marine planktonic copepod in culture. I. Bacterial genera in seawater, body surface, intestines and fecal pellets and succession during fecal pellet degradation

 

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In terms of food processing hygiene, bacteria that are floating freely on a surface, as opposed to those that have attached to the surface and formed a biofilm.

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