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Studies on the effect of copper upon marine bacteria II. The occurrence and distribution of the specific copper bacteria in sia water

Studies on the effect of copper upon marine bacteria II. The occurrence and distribution of the specific copper bacteria in sia water

Bull Japa Nese Soc Sci Fish 20(12): 1076-1080

A depressing effect of copper sulfate on marine bacteria has been reported previously. Spe -cific "Cu bactaria" that develop as red-brown colonies on Waksman's Cu medium are always detected in sea water and in surface slime films on glass slides submerged in the sea at Aburatsubo Bay. General characteristic s of the bacteria are the same as those Waksman observed. The numt ers of "Cu bacteria" vary with the fluctuation of total bacterial populations in sea water, and their vertical distribution varies at different seasons. Their relative abundance varies from place to place; in general, they seem to be distributed widely in the oceanic region, while :hey are scarce in the coastal region with major land drainage.

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