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BioScience, ISSN 0006-3568, 2005, Volume 55, Issue 2, pp. 137 - 145
Abstract Material accumulates at the water–air interface of all natural water bodies to form a surface film. The interface is a dynamic environment, so surface... 
protozoons | bacteria | surface film | pathogenic microorganisms | invertebrates | OVERVIEW ARTICLES | Bacteria | Surface film | Pathogenic microorganisms | Invertebrates | Protozoans | ACANTHAMOEBA | BIOFILMS | AIR INTERFACE | MICROSCOPY | HETEROGENEITY | NEVSKIA-RAMOSA | MICROHABITAT | BIOLOGY | MICROLAYERS | DISSOLVED ORGANIC-MATTER | Protozoa | Microorganisms | Biofilms | Animal behavior | Surface water
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LIMNOLOGICA. 7(2): 247-272. ILLUS. 1970, 01/1970
HIGH SURFACE TENSION OF THE WATER, A SPECIAL RADIATION CLIMATE, THE CONCENTRATION OF ORGANIC NUTRIENTS AND A REDOX POTENTIAL FAVORABLE FOR AEROBIC ORGANISMS... 
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