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Answering a Gassy Mystery

News   Mar 29, 2019 | Original story from the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research.

 
Answering a Gassy Mystery

Formation of small vesicles indicate that Candidatus Argoarchaeum ethanivorans divide by budding. The researchers detected these structures with a high-resolution Helium Ion Microscope. The Archaeal cells are extremely small- - on average, they are 100-fold thinner than a human hair. Credit: Matthias Schmidt / UFZ.

 
 
 

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