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The effects of spatial variance, temperature and pH on bacterial community composition in the sea anemone, Anemonia viridis.
(University of Plymouth, 2014)
Marine organisms are well known to have associations with microorganisms and little is known about the specific nature of the microorganism host interactions. This study investigates the bacterial community composition ...
An investigation into the bacterial communities present at two estuarine beaches in the South Hams, Devon, UK: the effects of oil pollution
(University of Plymouth, 2011)
Aims: To determine if there are any differences between oil-degrading:heterotroph ratios and bacterial communities from a polluted and non-polluted site. Methods and Results: Composite samples for both water and sediment ...