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SAR11 bacteria linked to ocean anoxia and nitrogen loss
Tsementzi, D.; Wu, J.; Deutsch, S.; Nath, S.; Rodriguez, L.M.; Burns, A.S.; Ranjan, P.; Sarode, N.; Malmstrom, R.R.; Padilla, C.C.; Stone, B.K.; Bristow, L.; Larsen, M.; Glass, J.B.; Thamdrup, B.; Woyke, T.; Konstantinidis, K.T.; Stewart, F.J. (2016). SAR11 bacteria linked to ocean anoxia and nitrogen loss. Nature (Lond.) 536(7615): 179–183.
In: Nature: International Weekly Journal of Science. Nature Publishing Group: London. ISSN 0028-0836, more
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  • Tsementzi, D.
  • Wu, J.
  • Deutsch, S.
  • Nath, S.
  • Rodriguez, L.M.
  • Burns, A.S.
  • Ranjan, P.
  • Sarode, N.
  • Malmstrom, R.R.
  • Padilla, C.C.
  • Stone, B.K.
  • Bristow, L.
  • Larsen, M.
  • Glass, J.B.
  • Thamdrup, B.
  • Woyke, T.
  • Konstantinidis, K.T.
  • Stewart, F.J.

    Bacteria of the SAR11 clade constitute up to one half of all marine microbes and are thought to require oxygen for growth; here, a subgroup of SAR11 bacteria are shown to thrive in ocean oxygen minimum zones and to encode abundant respiratory nitrate reductases.

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