Nato ASI Subseries G:

Protozoa and Their Role in Marine Processes

Editors: Reid, P.C., Turley, Carol, Burkill, P.H. (Eds.)

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In the summer of 1988, under NATO sponsorship, approximately 80 scientists lived and worked together in Plymouth for two weeks to evaluate the ecological role of protozoa in the sea. Through the convivial surroundings, close working conditions and special facilities that had been brought together for NATO ASI 604/87 a 'melting pot' of ideas was formed, which stimulated the multidisciplinary creativity which is expressed in this book and in a second series of papers which will be published in Marine Microbial Food Webs under the title - "Protozoa and their Role in Marine Microbial Food Webs". Discussions of the role of protozoa in the microbial food web, in the cycling of carbon and nitrogen and the extent to which this web acts as a link or sink to metazoa in the water column were major themes of the ASI. Structured sessions covering oral and poster presentations, field work, model 1 ing, laboratory practicals and demonstrations of techniques such as image analysis and flow cytometry, formed the core of the meeting. Participants took part enthusiastically in the practical sessions developing new concepts and obtaining new insights into their work. The practicals included a 'protozoo' and some beautiful films and videos. Field excursions were made to a range of sites including a unique marine sewage farm at Looe in Cornwall, (Jones this volume). Interactive workshops allowed scientists with no modelling experience to input their results to three simulation models and a flow analysis package.

Table of contents (4 chapter)

  • A Method for the Cloning and Axenic Cultivation of Marine Protozoa

    Anthony T. Soldo, Sylvia A. Brickson

    Pages 105-112

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  • Endosymbiosis in the Protozoa — Session Summary

    Michèle Laval-Peuto

    Pages 143-160

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  • Trophic Behaviour and Related Community Feeding Activities of Heterotrophic Marine Protists

    Gerard M. Capriulo, Evelyn B. Sherr, Barry F. Sherr

    Pages 219-265

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  • Evolving Role of Protozoa in Aquatic Nutrient Cycles

    David A. Caron

    Pages 387-415

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Bibliographic Information

Bibliographic Information
Book Title
Protozoa and Their Role in Marine Processes
Series Title
Nato ASI Subseries G:
Series Volume
25
Copyright
1991
Publisher
Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg
Copyright Holder
Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg
eBook ISBN
978-3-642-73181-5
DOI
10.1007/978-3-642-73181-5
Softcover ISBN
978-3-642-73183-9
Series ISSN
0258-1256
Edition Number
1
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