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Thieving Red Algae Steal Genes From Bacteria to Cope With Environmental Stresses

News   Jul 18, 2019 | Original story from Rutgers University

 
Thieving Red Algae Steal Genes From Bacteria to Cope With Environmental Stresses

Cyanidiales species of red algae, which appear green in this photo because chlorophyll masks their red pigment, growing in a hot spring at Yellowstone National Park. Credit: Debashish Bhattacharya/Rutgers University-New Brunswick.

 
 
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