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Tools for discrimination and analysis of lake bacterioplankton subgroups measured by flow cytometry in a high-resolution depth profile.

AutorAndreatta, Stefan; Wallinger, M. M.; Piera, Jaume ; Catalán, Jordi; Psenner, Roland; Hofer, J. S.; Sommaruga, Rubén
Palabras claveImage analysis
Turbulence
Bacteria
Bacterial subgroups
Flow cytometry
Lakes
Temperature microstructure
Fecha de publicación2004
EditorInter Research
CitaciónAquatic Microbial Ecology 36 : 107-115 (2004)
ResumenA 24 m deep mesotrophic lake was sampled at 25 cm depth intervals throughout the whole water column for flow cytometric analysis of bacterioplankton, with the object of (1) assessing the suitability of image analysis algorithms to objectively discriminate bacterial subgroups in natural samples; (2) testing 2 models to evaluate the effect of changes in signal intensity versus changes in the relative abundance of the individual subgroups on bulk cell properties of the bacterial community; and (3) to examine the suitability of a numerical index for quantifying small-scale spatial variability in cell abundance. Within the heterotrophic bacterial community, 5 subgroups were detected by image analysis of DAPI fluorescence versus side scatter (SSC) histograms. On average for the whole profile, 91% (range: 86 to 94%) of all measured bacteria belonged to the 5 subgroups. Along the depth profile, abundances within these subgroups showed trends which were different from that for the bacterial community as a whole. The comparison of the 2 numerical models suggested that shifts in average DAPI and SSC signals of the whole community are better explained by changes in relative abundance within individual subgroups rather than by signal shifts within individual subgroups. Spatial variability in cell abundance for most of the heterotrophic bacterioplankton subgroups was highest in the upper 4 m of the water column, corresponding to the zone of turbulent mixing, and between 9 and 12 m, at the depth of maximum picocyanobacterial abundance. Our results show that flow cytometry in combination with image analysis of DAPI–SSC histograms at the level of bacterial subgroups allow objective assessment of the structure of the bacterial community and underpin potential sources of small-scale variability in bacterioplankton distribution.
Descripción9 páginas, 4 figuras, 1 tabla.
Versión del editorhttp://www.utm.csic.es/doc/idi/pubs/Andreatta_etal04.pdf
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/44440
ISSN0948-3055
E-ISSN1616-1564
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