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Stroynov Ya.V., Philippov D.A. 2017. Bacterio- and virioplankton in water bodies of a raised bog (Vologda oblast, Russia). Inland Water Biology, 10(1): 37–43. DOI: 10.1134/S1995082917010175 The abundance of virio-and bacterioplankton and the role of viruses in the mortality of heterotrophic bacteria have been studied in three different mire water b...
In July 2010, abnormally high water temperature (25–29°C), as well as increased biomass and phytoplankton production caused intensive development of heterotrophic bacteria and heterotrophic nanoflagellates. It was found that the abundance, biomass, and production of heterotrophic bacterioplankton, as well as the abundance and biomass of heterotroph...
During the anomalously hot summer of 2010, the water temperature in the Gorky reservoir reached 27–33°C. Pronounced cyanobacterial blooms occurred in the limnetic part of the reservoir. The average values for bacterioplankton abundance (11.58 ± 1.25 × 106 cell/mL), biomass (886 ± 96 mg/m3), and production [169 ± 32 mg C/(m3 day)] were twice as high...
The spatial distribution of virio- and bacterioplankton and the role that viruses play in heterotrophic bacteria elimination was studied in the small Il’d’ River (Rybinskoe Reservoir tributary, Upper Volga). The bacterioplankton abundance and biomass constituted 3.3–19.6 (8.5 on average) million cells/ml and 501–2353 mg/m3 (1054 mg/m3 on average),...