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Global Soil Microbiome Survey Reveals Bacteria-Fungi War

News   Aug 02, 2018 | Original Press Release from EMBL

 
Global Soil Microbiome Survey Reveals Bacteria-Fungi War

Global warfare between bacteria and fungi in soil. Credit: Hildebrand/Krolik in collaboration with Campbell Medical Illustration/EMBL

 
 
 

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