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Metabolism in anoxic permeable sediments is dominated by eukaryotic dark fermentation
Bourke, M.F.; Marriott, P.J.; Glud, R.N.; Hasler-Sheetal, H.; Kamalanathan, M.; Beardall, J.; Greening, C.; Cook, P.L.M. (2017). Metabolism in anoxic permeable sediments is dominated by eukaryotic dark fermentation. Nature Geoscience 10(1): 30-35. http://hdl.handle.net/10.1038/ngeo2843
In: Nature Geoscience. Nature Publishing Group: London. ISSN 1752-0894; e-ISSN 1752-0908, more
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    Marine

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  • Bourke, M.F.
  • Marriott, P.J.
  • Glud, R.N., more
  • Hasler-Sheetal, H.
  • Kamalanathan, M.
  • Beardall, J.
  • Greening, C.
  • Cook, P.L.M.

Abstract
    Bacteria have been assumed to dominate organic matter decomposition in marine sediments. In flow-through reactor experiments, algae were revealed to be primarily responsible for anaerobically metabolizing organic matter in permeable sediments.

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