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Incredible Microbial Diversity in "Inhospitable" Locations

News   Feb 28, 2019 | Original Story by Evelyn Boswell for Montana State University.

 
Incredible Microbial Diversity in "Inhospitable" Locations

Dan Colman, assistant research professor in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at Montana State University, takes samples of microbial cultures Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019, at MSU in Bozeman, Mont. Colman and Eric Boyd were recently published in the scientific journal Nature Communications regarding their research on how the mixing of surface and subsurface fluids supports biodiversity of microbes in non-photosynthetic systems, like a hot pot. Credit: Adrian Sanchez-Gonzalez/Montana State University.

 
 
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