STP695

    Native Aquatic Bacteria: Enumeration, Activity, and Ecology

    Costerton JW, Colwell RR
    Published: 1979


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    A broad yet specific discussion of the theoretical basis and practical problems of current methods in aquatic microbiology. The first two sections address the problem of how to arrive at an accurate enumeration of the bacteria present in aquatic environments. The third section describes and evaluates methods for measuring specific metabolic activities of bacterial populations in aquatic environments.


    Table of Contents

    Introduction
    Costerton J.

    Introduction
    Costerton J.

    Introduction
    Costerton J.

    Introduction
    Costerton J.

    Summary
    Costerton J.

    Which Populations of Aquatic Bacteria Should We Enumerate?
    Costerton J., Geesey G.

    The Plate Count in Aquatic Microbiology
    Buck J.

    Direct Epifluorescence Enumeration of Native Aquatic Bacteria: Uses, Limitations, and Comparative Accuracy
    Daley R.

    Enumeration of Scientific Populations by Immunofluorescence
    Gage M., Schmidt E., Stanley P.

    Enumeration of Specific Populations by the Most-Probable-Number (MPN) Method
    Colwell R.

    Biochemical Measurements of Microbial Mass and Activity from Environmental Samples
    Bobbie R., Herron J., King J., Morrison S., White D.

    Measurement of Bacterial Biomass as Lipopolysaccharide
    Hobbie J., Watson S.

    Important Factors in Adenosine Triphosphate Determinations Using Firefly Luciferase: Applicability of the Assay to Studies of Native Aquatic Bacteria
    Chappelle E., Deming J., Picciolo G.

    The Adenosine Triphosphate Assay: Conceptions and Misconceptions
    Chrzanowski T., Erkenbrecher C., Stevenson L.

    Bacterial Biomass Determinations in a Silt-Laden River: Comparison of Direct Count Epifluorescence Microscopy and Extractable Adenosine Triphosphate Techniques
    Costerton J., Geesey G.

    Determination of Microbial Heterotrophic Biomass Production by Sulfate Uptake Measurement
    Monheimer R.

    Heterotrophic Activity Measured with Radiolabelled Organic Substrates
    Burnison B., Wright R.

    Heterotrophic Activity Determination by Substrate Disappearance
    Westlake D.

    Methanogenesis: A Measure of Chemoorganotrophic (Heterotrophic) Activity in Anaerobic Lake Sediments
    Chynoweth D., Kelly C.

    Determination of the Heterotrophic Activity of Epilithic Microbial Populations
    Costerton J., Geesey G., Ladd T.

    Measurement of Hydrocarbon Biodegradation Potentials and Enumeration of Hydrocarbon-Utilizing Microorganisms Using Carbon-14 Hydrocarbon-Spiked Crude Oil
    Atlas R.

    Index


    Committee: D19

    Paper ID: STP695-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP695-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4760-7

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0526-3

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    978-0-8031-0526-3
    STP695-EB