Bopaiah  Biddanda
Bopaiah Biddanda
Professor of Water Resources, Annis Water Resources Institute, Grand Valley State University
E-mail megerősítve itt: mail.gvsu.edu - Kezdőlap
Hivatkozott rá
Hivatkozott rá
Small players, large role: microbial influence on biogeochemical processes in pelagic aquatic ecosystems
JB Cotner, BA Biddanda
Ecosystems 5, 105-121, 2002
Carbon, nitrogen, and carbohydrate fluxes during the production of particulate and dissolved organic matter by marine phytoplankton
B Biddanda, R Benner
Limnology and Oceanography 42 (3), 506-518, 1997
Abundance, size distribution, and stable carbon and nitrogen isotopic compositions of marine organic matter isolated by tangential-flow ultrafiltration
R Benner, B Biddanda, B Black, M McCarthy
Marine chemistry 57 (3-4), 243-263, 1997
Dominance of bacterial metabolism in oligotrophic relative to eutrophic waters
B Biddanda, M Ogdahl, J Cotner
Limnology and oceanography 46 (3), 730-739, 2001
Photochemical transformations of surface and deep marine dissolved organic matter: effects on bacterial growth
R Benner, B Biddanda
Limnology and Oceanography 43 (6), 1373-1378, 1998
Plankton respiration and carbon flux through bacterioplankton on the Louisiana shelf
B Biddanda, S Opsahl, R Benner
Limnology and Oceanography 39 (6), 1259-1275, 1994
Microbial aggregation and degradation of phytoplankton-derived detritus in seawater. I. Microbial succession.
BA Biddanda, LR Pomeroy
Marine ecology progress series. Oldendorf 42 (1), 79-88, 1988
Love handles in aquatic ecosystems: the role of dissolved organic carbon drawdown, resuspended sediments, and terrigenous inputs in the carbon balance of Lake Michigan
BA Biddanda, JB Cotner
Ecosystems 5, 431-445, 2002
Microbial synthesis of macroparticulate matter.
BA Biddanda
Marine ecology progress series. Oldendorf 20 (3), 241-251, 1985
Intense winter heterotrophic production stimulated by benthic resuspension
JB Cotner, TH Johengen, BA Biddanda
Limnology and Oceanography 45 (7), 1672-1676, 2000
Bacterial utilization of dissolved glucose in the upper water column of the Gulf of Mexico
A Skoog, B Biddanda, R Benner
Limnology and Oceanography 44 (7), 1625-1633, 1999
Microbial aggregation and degradation of phytoplankton-derived detritus in seawater. II. Microbial metabolism.
BA Biddanda
Marine ecology progress series. Oldendorf 42 (1), 89-95, 1988
The role of free and attached microorganisms in the decomposition of estuarine macrophyte detritus
AM Anesio, PC Abreu, BA Biddanda
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 56 (2), 197-201, 2003
Organic carbon biogeochemistry of Lake Superior
JB Cotner, BA Biddanda, W Makino, E Stets
Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management 7 (4), 451-464, 2004
Bulk-phase viscoelastic properties of seawater relationship with plankton components
IR Jenkinson, BA Biddanda
Journal of Plankton Research 17 (12), 2251-2274, 1995
Current status and trends in Muskegon Lake, Michigan
AD Steinman, M Ogdahl, R Rediske, CR Ruetz III, BA Biddanda, ...
Journal of Great Lakes Research 34 (1), 169-188, 2008
Occurrence of the toxin-producing cyanobacterium Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii in Mona and Muskegon Lakes, Michigan
Y Hong, A Steinman, B Biddanda, R Rediske, G Fahnenstiel
Journal of Great Lakes Research 32 (3), 645-652, 2006
Structure and function of marine microbial aggregates
BA Biddanda
Oceanologica acta 9 (2), 209-211, 1986
Temperature Affects Stoichiometry and Biochemical Composition of Escherichia coli
JB Cotner, W Makino, BA Biddanda
Microbial Ecology 52, 26-33, 2006
Cyanobacterial life at low O2: community genomics and function reveal metabolic versatility and extremely low diversity in a Great Lakes sinkhole mat
AA Voorhies, BA Biddanda, ST Kendall, S Jain, DN Marcus, SC Nold, ...
Geobiology 10 (3), 250-267, 2012
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