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Organism With Chlorophyll Genes That Doesn’t Photosynthesize May Help Protect Coral Reefs

News   Apr 04, 2019 | Original story from the University of British Columbia

 
Organism With Chlorophyll Genes That Doesn’t Photosynthesize May Help Protect Coral Reefs

Corallicolids are found in 70 percent of corals around the world. Credit: Patrick Keeling Lab, UBC.

 
 
 

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