Algicidal bacteria are classified according to their mode of lysis, which can be either direct or indirect (see reviews by Mayali and Azam, , Salomon and Imai. Over the past two decades, many reports have revealed the existence of bacteria capable of killing phytoplankton. These algicidal bacteria. MARINE SCIENCE. EISSN – Algicidal bacteria isolated from the surface of seaweeds from the coast of. Osaka Bay in the Seto Inland Sea, Japan.

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Algicidal bacteria in the sea and their impact on algal blooms. These algicidal bacteria sometimes increase in abundance concurrently with the decline of algal blooms, suggesting that they may affect algal bloom dynamics.

Here, we synthesize the existing knowledge on algicidal bacteria interactions with marine eukaryotic microalgae. This paper has highly influenced 16 other papers.


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