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Composition and functionality of bacterioplankton communities in marine coastal zones adjacent to finfish aquaculture
AbstractFinfish aquaculture is one of the fastest-growing primary industries globally and is increasingly common in coastal ecosystems demanding effective impact monitoring tools. Bacterioplankton is ubiquitous in marine environment and its rapid response to environmental change makes them a potential bioindicator for environmental impacts. This study aims to verify the use of the taxonomic and functional profiles of bacterioplankton using high-throughput amplicon sequencing. Water was sampleddoi:10.1101/2022.03.07.483349 fatcat:45re527varfpzg4minpk6v6zgu