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Functionally Linking Microbial Community Structure with Environmental Chemistry

News   Jan 05, 2018 | Original Story by Dan Krotz for Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.

 
Functionally Linking Microbial Community Structure with Environmental Chemistry

Biocrust amongst one of its many natural habitats, taken about 20 miles from the sampling site (near the Corona Arch, Moab, UT). Credit: Tami Swenson.

 
 
 

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