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Tiny crustaceans eat paramecia, allowing viruses to infect algae inside them.

Published in Bacteriofiles
Wednesday, 17 May 2017 20:02

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The bacteria that allow a giant shipworm to oxidize sulfur, and algae that live within salamander cells.

Published in TWiM

Algae growing in Arctic snow make red pigments that heat up their surroundings.

Published in Bacteriofiles

Øjvind Moestrup and Peter Ulvskov, both at the University of Copenhagen and Jesper Harholt at Carlsberg Laboratory, also in Copenhagen, Denmark, talk with Jeff Fox about their hypothesis about terrestrial plants, based on analyses of the cell walls of charophycean green algae.

Published in Microbe Magazine

Curbing climate change with algae using innovative environmental technology.

Published in Cultures Magazine

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