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Protecting Coral from Bleaching With Probiotics

News   May 10, 2021 | Original story from Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel

 
Protecting Coral from Bleaching With Probiotics

A bleached reef-building coral of the genus Porites. These coral species are important builders of most reefs in the entire Indo-Pacific region. Due to increasingly prolonged heat waves and more extreme temperatures, corals and thus marine ecosystems in the tropics are already on the verge of collapse. Credit: A. Roik

 
 
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