Changes of biofilm-forming bacterial community on acrylic surface emerged in seawater
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- Changes of biofilm-forming bacterial community on acrylic surface emerged in seawater
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- 해수 아크릴표면에서의 생물막 형성 세균군집의 변화
- Kwon, K.K.
Lee, Hong Kum
Cho, Kyeung Hee
Lee, Yoo Kyung
- T-RFLP; acrylic surface; biofilm; community composition
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- Kwon, K.K., et al. 2004. "Changes of biofilm-forming bacterial community on acrylic surface emerged in seawater". MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY, 6(4): s1-s3.
- The ocean is typically known as a poor nutrient environment for bacterial metabolsm and growth. The interfacial effect of naturally occurring surfaces, however, cause the collection and concentration of nutrients by charge- charge or hydrophobic interactions, thereby providing microorganisms with important advantages.
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