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Ecosystem-level studies of terrestrial carbon reveal contrasting bacterial metabolism in different aquatic habitats

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Ecosystem-level studies of terrestrial carbon reveal contrasting bacterial metabolism in different aquatic habitats

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Ecosystem-level studies of terrestrial carbon reveal contrasting bacterial metabolism in different aquatic habitats

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Ecosystem-level studies of terrestrial carbon reveal contrasting bacterial metabolism in different aquatic habitats

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Washington, DC: Ecological Society of America

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Ecology (Durham), 2013, Vol.94 (12), p.2754-2766

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TN_cdi_proquest_miscellaneous_1505249550

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English

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Washington, DC: Ecological Society of America

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In aquatic systems, terrestrial dissolved organic matter (t-DOM) is known to stimulate bacterial activities in the water column, but simultaneous effects of autumnal leaf input on water column and sediment microbial dynamics in littoral zones of lakes remain largely unknown. The study's objective was to determine the effects of leaf litter on bacte...

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Ecosystem-level studies of terrestrial carbon reveal contrasting bacterial metabolism in different aquatic habitats

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TN_cdi_proquest_miscellaneous_1505249550

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0012-9658

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1939-9170

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10.1890/13-0420.1

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