Advances in Microbial Ecology pp 63-89
According to A. Koch’s interpretation (Koch, 1971), Escherichia coli has evolved a strategy for surviving a “feast and famine” existence. Oligotrophic bacteria, in contrast, are conceived of as those never invited to a feast; their properties should include microbial adaptations to uninterrupted nutrient limitation.
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