Analysis of microbial mats by use of electrochemical microsensors: Recent advances View Full Text


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DATE

1994

AUTHORS

Niels Peter Revsbech

ABSTRACT

During the recent few years there has been a considerable expansion of our capabilities for microsensor analysis of chemical microenvironment and rates of microbial metabolism within microbial mats. Since 1987 we have thus seen published accounts of new electrochemical microsensors for N2O, NO3 -, and NH4 +; the O2 microsensor has been dramatically improved, and computerized equipment for remote operation of microsensors at great water depths has been developed. It now also seems that the electrochemical microsensors for analysis of chemical species in microbial mats may get competition from microsensors with optical signal transduction. The technological advances have enabled us to perform detailed studies of the nitrogen cycle within intact sediments and microbial mats. It has also been possible to perform very detailed studies including total oxygen budgets of photosynthetic microbial mats, and we have thereby verified the microsensor method for determining photosynthetic rates. This chapter will describe both the recent technological advances and the new insights we have gained by the new technologies. More... »

PAGES

135-147

Book

TITLE

Microbial Mats

ISBN

978-3-642-78993-9
978-3-642-78991-5

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/978-3-642-78991-5_15

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