Protistan bacterivory and benthic microbial biomass in an intertidal creek mudflat. First, M. R. & Hollibaugh, J. T. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 2008.
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We examined 8 sediment samples collected at 3 h intervals at Dean Creek (Sapelo Island, Georgia) to assess the impact of protist bacterivory on the standing crops of benthic bacterial biomass. The combined biomass of the benthic microalgae (BMA), bacteria, heterotrophic protists, and meiofauna ranged from 0.41 to 0.57 mg C g\textasciicircum
@article{first_protistan_2008,
	title = {Protistan bacterivory and benthic microbial biomass in an intertidal creek mudflat},
	volume = {361},
	url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.3354/meps07422},
	abstract = {We examined 8 sediment samples collected at 3 h intervals at Dean Creek (Sapelo Island, Georgia) to assess the impact of protist bacterivory on the standing crops of benthic bacterial biomass. The combined biomass of the benthic microalgae (BMA), bacteria, heterotrophic protists, and meiofauna ranged from 0.41 to 0.57 mg C g{\textasciicircum}},
	journal = {Marine Ecology Progress Series},
	author = {First, Matthew R. and Hollibaugh, James T.},
	year = {2008},
	keywords = {GCE, salt marsh, sapelo island, microzoobenthos, benthic food web, meiofauna, ciliates, microphytobenthos, protozoa, tidal creeks}
}
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