Response of heterotrophic bacteria, autotrophic picoplankton and heterotrophic nanoflagellates to re-oligotrophication

Response of heterotrophic bacteria, autotrophic picoplankton and heterotrophic nanoflagellates to re-oligotrophication Norbert Kamjunke, Dietmar Straile, Ursula Gaedke J Plankton Res 2009; 31 (8): 899-907. doi: 10.1093/plankt/fbp037 Overall, bacterial biomass did not change during re-oligotrophication, whereas chlorophyll-specific biomass of bacteria increased, APP biomass and phosphorus concentration showed a unimodal pattern and HNF biomass strongly declined with decreasing... Continue Reading →

Immunological Control of Fish Diseases

Immunological Control of Fish Diseases Marine Biotechnology 12(4):361-79 · March 2010, Bergljot Magnadottir Full PDF available. Fish are therefore the first animal phyla to possess both an innate and adaptive immune system making them very interesting...   The innate parameters are at the forefront of immune defence in fish and are a crucial factor in disease resistance. The adaptive... Continue Reading →

Innate immunity of fish (overview)

Innate immunity of fish (overview). Fish & Shellfish Immunology 20(2):137-51 · March 2006, Bergljot Magnadottir Full text PDF available. The innate immune system is the only defence weapon of invertebrates and a fundamental defence mechanism of fish. The innate system also plays an instructive role in the acquired immune response and homeostasis and is therefore equally important in higher... Continue Reading →

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