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Drinking water bacterial communities exhibit specific and selective necrotrophic growth
npj Clean Water Pub Date : 2018-11-21 , DOI: 10.1038/s41545-018-0023-9
Ioanna Chatzigiannidou, Ruben Props, Nico Boon

Physicochemical water disinfection methods result in the reduction of bacterial concentrations by orders of magnitude, but not in the total elimination of the bacterial community. As such, the dead bacterial biomass may act as a carbon and nutrient source for the survivor populations. The ability of bacterial strains to grow on dead bacterial cells has been described before as necrotrophy. We investigated the impact of killed bacterial biomass of two different bacterial strains on the growth potential of natural drinking water microbial communities. Many indigenous bacterial taxa could grow on dead biomass, with the total bacterial concentration increasing from 104 to 108 cells/ml. Necrotrophic growth was specific (43 enriched taxa) and selective (i.e. enriched taxa were dependent on the type of dead biomass). The potential of natural water communities to grow necrotrophically has remained underexplored. Nevertheless the phenomenon can have a big impact in water quality and deserves more attention.
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