CLOSELY INTERACTING MICROBES AS HOTSPOTS OF BIOGEOCHEMICAL ACTIVITY
The grant to the Scripps Institution of Oceanography supports investigating how closely coupled marine microorganisms interact physically and exchange nutrient molecules. By combining new microscopy tools with molecular and isotope techniques, this project aims to advance understanding of the mechanisms that drive biogeochemical cycles in the surface ocean.
Past Project Data
Bacteria-cyanobacteria associations are phylogenetically diverse
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