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Toxic Chemical in Marine Ecosystems Turns Out to Be Beneficial

News   Jul 23, 2019 | Original story from the University of California - San Diego.

 
Toxic Chemical in Marine Ecosystems Turns Out to Be Beneficial

Diatoms like these are a common and diverse group of phyoplankton in aquatic environments. They usually produce superoxide in their watery surroundings for reasons that have remained mysterious until now. Credit: Julia Diaz.

 
 
 

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