Russian Journal of Ecology, Vol. 32, No. 1, 2001, pp. 56–57. Translated from Ekologiya, No. 1, 2001, pp. 61–63. Original Russian Text Copyright © 2001 by Stepanova. SHORT COMMUNICATIONS Marine Bacteria and Viruses in the Water and Bottom Sediments of Sevastopol Bays O. A. Stepanova Kovalevskii Institute of the Biology of Southern Seas, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, pr. Nakhimova 2, Sevastopol, 99011 Ukraine Received June 24, 1999 Key words: marine bacteria, marine viruses, ecology, the Black Sea The bacterioplankton of the Black Sea is a bioasso- with a pore size of 0.45 m m and investigated using epi- ciation sensitive to ecological disturbances (Bird and ﬂuorescent microscopy. The data on 1 ml of the suspen- Karl, 1991; Gutveib, 1990; Stanev, 1989). In 1994, I sion were recalculated per gram of bottom sediment. began studies on some morphological characteristics The results were processed by conventional statisti- and the distribution of marine bacteria and viruses in cal methods (Lakin, 1973). the microplankton and bottom sediments of Sevastopol With respect to the pollution level, the Sevastopol bays, which have been performed systematically since bays were conventionally subdivided into polluted, then. The present communication describes the results ecologically endangered (pollution levels
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