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    Quote Originally Posted by Karlt View Post
    1. Nitrifying bacteria do not die quickly when their food and oxygen supplies are cut off (since the process is one of oxidation, losing either the food or the oxygen is pretty much the same thing). Instead they go dormant.

    2. There is a slow die-off, at around 1-2% per day.
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    Original Link is broken.

    this is the updated link

    Behavior and Physiology of Nitrifying Bacteria
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