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Rates and elemental ratios of nutrient released by a bacterivorous flagellate (Spumella sp.) were examined during the exponential and stationary growth phases of the flagellate. Two types of an isolated bacterium were used as prey : one was phosphorus-rich (C: N : P molar ratio=59 : 13: 1) and the other was phosphoruspoor (C: N : P=79: 17: 1). Specific release rates by the flagellate of ammonium, dissolved inorganic and organic phosphorus (DIP and DOP) were much higher during the exponentialdoi:10.3739/rikusui.55.115 fatcat:rep5sak7ynd47nvvgsmb3v6mdy