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Title

Bacterial single-cell approaches to the relationschip between diversity and function in the Sea (BASICS)

AuthorsGasol, Josep M. ; Zubkov, Mikhail
Issue Date2007
CitationProceedings of the EurOCEAN 2004 : European Conference on Marine Science & Ocean Technology : Celebrating European Marine Science : Building the European Research Area : Communicating Marine Science: 144-145 (2007)
Proceedings of the EurOCEAN 2004 : European Conference on Marine Science & Ocean Technology: 144-145 (2007)
AbstractBy developing new methodologies, sampling different European seas and through laboratory and mesocosm experiments, project BASICS will address its main objective: The identification of the most important prokaryotic organisms associated with the biogeochemical functioning (in the carbon and sulfur cycling) of the sea, through the developmentof singlecell analysis techniques applied to pelagic microbes. BASICS will also study how resilient the link is between the diversity and the C and S biogeochemical cycling by bacterioplankton, in the face of the most important global environmental changes expected in European coastal waters. [...]
DescriptionGasol, Josep M. ... et al.-- European Conference on Marine Science & Ocean Technology (EurOCEAN 2004): Celebrating European Marine Science, Building the European Research Area, Communicating Marine Science, 10.13 May 2004, Galway, Ireland.-- 2 pages,
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/176049
Identifiersisbn: 92-894-7727-X
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