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Green Algae Stole to Survive

News   Oct 01, 2018 | Original Story from Rutgers - The State University of New Jersey.

 
Green Algae Stole to Survive

This image shows the cell structure of Picochlorum SE3, which was isolated from the San Elijo Lagoon in California. This species has exceptional resilience in coping with light and salt fluctuations in its natural habitat. Credit: Susanne Ruemmele.

 
 
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