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Viral Predators of Marine Bacteria Revealed

News   Jan 25, 2018 | Original Story by David L. Chandler for Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

 
Viral Predators of Marine Bacteria Revealed

Electron microscope images of marine bacteria infected with the non-tailed viruses studied in this research. The bacterial cell walls are seen as long double lines, and the viruses are the small round objects with dark centers. Credit: The Researchers.

 
 
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