Top-down control on major groups of global marine diazotrophs

Hua Wang Ya-Wei Luo

Hua Wang, Ya-Wei Luo. Top-down control on major groups of global marine diazotrophs[J]. Acta Oceanologica Sinica. doi: 10.1007/s13131-021-1956-2
Citation: Hua Wang, Ya-Wei Luo. Top-down control on major groups of global marine diazotrophs[J]. Acta Oceanologica Sinica. doi: 10.1007/s13131-021-1956-2

doi: 10.1007/s13131-021-1956-2

Top-down control on major groups of global marine diazotrophs

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  • Figure  1.  Schematic diagram of determining whether organisms are under top-down or bottom-up control through regression analysis of logarithmic biomass and productivity.

    Figure  2.  Spatial distributions of collected diazotrophic data. Volumetric (a) and depth-integrated (c) Trichodesmium biomass using directly counted abundance data. Diazotroph biomass derived from nifH-based abundance, with the color represents the dominant group (note that some data points are overlapping spatially) (e). b, d and f N2 fixation rates paired to diazotrophic biomass in a, c and e, respectively.

    Figure  3.  Log-log regression of Trichodesmium biomass on its N2 fixation rates. The Trichodesmium biomass data are based on directly counted abundance. a. volumetric; b. depth-integrated data. The grey area near the regression line represents 68% (±1σ) confidence interval of the regression.

    Figure  4.  The residuals of the log-log regression of Fig. 3 in North Atlantic. Positive residuals indicate weaker top-down control than average and negative residuals indicate stronger top-down control. Both the analyses using volumetric (a) and depth-integrated (b) data are shown.

    Figure  5.  Log-log regression of nifH-based diazotroph biomass to N2 fixation rate. The data are separated into three categories according to dominant diazotroph group including Trichodesmium (red) (n=54), unicellular N2-fixing cyanobacteria (UCYN, blue) (n=30) and diatom-diazotroph assemblages (DDA, green) (n=32).

    Table  1.   Carbon biomass conversion factors from abundance

    TypeDiazotrophic GroupConversion
    Factor
    Units
    Direct
    count
    Trichodesmium300pg/cell, in terms of C
    nifHTrichodesmium30pg C nifH gene per copy
    UCYN-A2
    UCYN-B20
    UCYN-C10
    Richelia-Hemiaulus43.5
    Richelia-Rhizosolenia50.1
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