Today a publication by Sara Campana and colleagues entitled “Marine sponges maintain stable bacterial communities between reef sites with different coral to algae cover rations” was published in the journal FEMS Microbiology Ecology. Go to READ MORE and click on the link to read the paper.

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Today a publication by Tania Aires and colleagues entitled “Characterization and comparison of bacterial communities of an invasive and two native Caribbean seagrass species sheds light on the possible influence of the microbiome on invasive mechanisms” was published in the journal Frontiers in Microbiology. Go to READ MORE and click on the link to read […]

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Today a publication by Tim Piel and colleagues entitled “Resilience of microbial communities after hydrogen peroxide treatment of a eutrophic lake to suppress harmful cyanobacterial blooms” was published in the journal Microorganisms. Go to READ MORE and click on the link to read the paper.

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Today a publication by Sara Campana and colleagues entitled “DNA-stable isotope probing (DNA-SIP) identifies marine sponge-associated bacteria actively utilizing dissolved organic matter (DOM)” was published in the journal Environmental Microbiology. Go to READ MORE and click on the link to read the paper.

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Today a publication of Jan Sevink and colleagues entitled The protohistoric briquetage at Puntone (Tuscany, Italy): A multidisciplinary attempt to unravel its age and role in salt supply of Early States in Tyrrhenian Central Italy was published in the Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports. Go to READ MORE and click on the link to read […]

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Today a publication by Anne-Catherine Ahn and colleagues entitled “Molecular and physiological adaptations to low temperature in Thioalkalivibrio strains isolated from soda lakes with different temperature regimes’ was published in the journal mSystems. Go to READ MORE and click on the link to read the paper and to see the video on Youtube.

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Today a publication by Meggie Hudspith and colleagues entitled “Subcellular view of host-microbiome nutrient exchange in sponges: insights into the ecological success of an early metazoan-microbe symbiosis” was published in the journal Microbiome. Go to READ MORE and click on the link to read the paper.

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