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Marine Microbes may be Responsible for Production of Ocean Methane

News   Dec 08, 2017 | Original Story by Anne Trafton for Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

 
Marine Microbes may be Responsible for Production of Ocean Methane

Scientists have determined the structure of an enzyme that is found in ocean microbes and can produce a precursor to methane. Credit: David Born.

 
 
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