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0 TIAB Bacterial response to siderophore and quorum-sensing chemical signals in the seawater microbial comm 1 1794 0 show
1 Background It is well known that prokaryotes are major primary producers [4] and heterotrophic consumers [9] in 1 3836 0 show
2 Results Analysis of total bacterial number in seawater The total number of bacteria in S9905 seawater was an 1 3888 0 show
3 Results Analysis of cultivable bacterial amount To understand bacterial diversity, the cultivable species fr 1 1684 0 show
4 Results Identification of bacterial species by 16S rDNA sequences To identify whether the eighteen total iso 1 1335 0 show
5 Results Relationship between bacterial growth and siderophore production under iron-limited conditions To in 1 2939 0 show
6 Discussion Marine bacterial content in seawater may range between 109-10 cells per milliliter of seawater or mo 1 8278 0 show
7 Conclusion Although large numbers of organisms and species of bacteria are thought to inhabit the ocean, less t 1 777 0 show
8 Materials and Methods Strains and Culture conditions Seawater S9905 was collected from Higashishina Kai 10 km from the coa 1 1389 0 show
9 Materials and Methods Measurement of bacterial numbers Seawater (30 L each) was incubated at 30°C for up to four weeks wit 1 1558 0 show
10 Materials and Methods Identification of bacteria by 16S rDNA sequences Bacterial DNA were obtained by extracting pure cult 1 661 0 show
11 Materials and Methods Siderophore production and cross-feeding assay Siderophore production and cross-feeding assays were 1 936 0 show
12 Materials and Methods Determination of iron content in seawater Collected sea water 100 ml, was concentrated by lyophiliza 1 596 0 show
13 Materials and Methods Nucleotide sequence accession number The DDBJ GenBank accession numbers of the sequences for Erwinia 1 461 0 show