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Abstract

SUMMARY: An attempt was made to detect interaction between photosynthesizing algae and denitrifying bacteria by cultivating sp. with . Denitrification was inhibited by illumination of the mixed culture after a dark period of 3 hr. It is suggested that immediate inhibition is due to the molecular oxygen produced by the suspended algae and distributed homogeneously in the culture. A delay of this inhibition may be caused by uptake of oxygen by the denitrifiers at a more rapid rate than its production by the algae. Thus, the quantitative aspects of this interaction depend upon the particular conditions of cultivation used. The ecological implications are discussed.

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1960-08-01
2020-01-21
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