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Record #141027:

Bacterioplankton production and its contribution to the breakdown of assimilable organic matter / Yu.I. Sorokin, T I. Mamayeva.

Title: Bacterioplankton production and its contribution to the breakdown of assimilable organic matter / Yu.I. Sorokin, T I. Mamayeva.
Author(s): Sorokin, Yu. I.
Mamayeva, T I.
Mamaeva, T. I.
Date: 1996.
Publisher: Wellington: National Institute of Water & Atmospheric Research Ltd. (NIWA)
Language: Russian transliteration entered into original records using BGN/PCGN 1947 romanisation of Russian; Cyrillic text in MARC 880 field(s) reverse transliterated from this by automated process; BGN/PCGN 1947 text then upgraded to Library of Congress romanisation.
In: Pacific sub-Antarctic ecosystems. (1996.),
Abstract: Discusses bacterial production, supply and turnover time of assimilable organic matter and their role in evaluation of water productivity, based on data collected during 1985 cruise of Dmitry Mendeleyev in Pacific sector of Southern Ocean. Translation of work originally published in 1988 (Moscow: Nauka)
Notes:

In: Pacific sub-Antarctic ecosystems / M.Ye. Vinogradov, M.V. Flint, eds. ; translated by New Zealand Translation Centre Ltd.

Keywords: 574.5 -- Marine and freshwater ecology.
574.583 -- Plankton.
579 -- Microbiology and bacteriology.
574.55 -- Productivity, aquatic ecology.
F -- Biological sciences.
(*7) -- Antarctic regions.
(*80) -- Southern Ocean.
(*88) -- South Pacific Ocean.
SPRI record no.: 141027

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