Respiration: Taxation Without Representation?

  • Richard J. Geider
Part of the Environmental Science Research book series (ESRH, volume 43)

Abstract

The role of phytoplankton respiration under conditions where mixed layer depth (zmix) exceeds euphotic zone depth (zeu) and phytoplankton growth is light-limited is well established. Sverdrup (1952) demonstrated the importance of respiration in determining the onset of the spring bloom and Wofsy (1983) considered the balance between respiration and photosynthesis in determining phytoplankton abundance in turbid waters. In stably stratified waters where zmix < zeu, algal respiration is often considered to be small relative to gross photosynthesis, and has been largely neglected as a potential sink for primary production. Microbial loop processes are thought to dominate remineralization of organic matter under conditions of stable phytoplankton abundance in a stably stratified euphotic zone (Frost, 1987; Fasham et al., 1990).

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Particulate Organic Carbon Mitochondrial Respiration Phytoplankton Growth Dark Respiration Alternative Oxidase 
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  • Richard J. Geider
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  1. 1.College of Marine StudiesUniversity of DelawareLewesUSA

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