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- Comeau, André M.; Suttle, Curtis A.
- Environmental microbiology 2007 v.9 no.7 pp. 1790-1800
- host strains, etc ; Vibrio parahaemolyticus; Vibrio phages; bacteriophages; biological resistance; coastal water; environmental impact; genetic variation; oysters; sediments; summer; British Columbia; Show all 12 Subjects
- ... This study examined the distribution, susceptibility to viral infection and genetic diversity of Vibrio spp. in the coastal waters and sediments of British Columbia during summer (July and August). Abundances of presumptive Vibrio spp. ranged from 1.5 to 346 ml⁻¹ within the water column (1-291 m); whereas, abundances at the water-sediment interface were much higher (up to ~3 x 10⁴Vibrio spp. cc⁻¹) ...
- Gino, Efrat; Starosvetsky, Jeana; Armon, Robert
- Environmental microbiology 2007 v.9 no.10 pp. 2407-2416
- host strains, etc ; water pollution; Escherichia coli; soil pollution; sewage; hosts; nutrients; ponds; filtrates; bacteriophages; feces; sewer systems; oxidation; community ecology; temperature; infants; excretion; detergents; Show all 18 Subjects
- ... In view of various studies looking for the merit of coliphages as indicators of water pollution with viruses originating from faecal material, a small agricultural community (population of approximately 1500 inhabitants of all ages, 2-3 km from Haifa) was selected in order to understand these bacteriophage ecology (F-RNA and somatic coliphages) in its sewer and oxidation pond system. Along the sew ...