Microbial Spheres from Microbial Mats View Full Text


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DATE

2003

AUTHORS

Ulrike Brehm , Wolfgang E. Krumbein , Katarzyna A. Palinska

ABSTRACT

Filamentous cyanobacteria from the LPP-group (Lyngbya sp., Plectonema sp., Phormidium sp.), diatoms and heterotrophic bacteria are the dominant microorganisms of North Sea microbial mats (Gerdes et al., 1986). Cultivated on solid or liquid media the cyanobacteria produce motile trichomes. They employ motility to optimize their positions in their microhabitat using a number of external factors. Light is the major factor in directing their search for a suitable survival and growth niche. Organic substances and their concentrations may be another trigger. However, chemotaxis is essentially very poorly described in cyanobacteria. A large potential area for research has therefore been left untouched (Kangatharalingam et al., 1991). More... »

PAGES

151-160

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TITLE

Fossil and Recent Biofilms

ISBN

978-90-481-6412-7
978-94-017-0193-8

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/978-94-017-0193-8_9

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