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Nitrogen-Fixing Bacteria Are Unexpected Source of Methane

News   Jan 16, 2018 | Original Story from the University of Washington Health Sciences/ UW Medicine.

 
Nitrogen-Fixing Bacteria Are Unexpected Source of Methane

This animation shows how a nitrogen-fixing microbe, R. palustris can also produce methane using iron-only nitrogenase and how, in a lab culture, the methane can support the growth of a methane-utilizing Methylomonas. Credit: Harwood lab/UW Medicine.

 
 
 

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