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Xarxes invisibles : L'art d'esbrinar quants microorganismes marins hi ha, quins són i què fan

AuthorsGasol, Josep M. ; Massana, Ramon ; Pedrós-Alió, Carlos
Issue Date2005
PublisherUniversidad de Valencia
CitationMètode. Revista de Difusió de la Investigació de la Universitat de València 46: 73-79 (2005)
AbstractThe greater part of the biomass of living creatures in the ocean is made up of microorganisms. Fundamental to explaining the way those ecosystems work they are responsible for most of the breathing taking place in marine waters and for the heterotrophic use of organic composts. All in all it was not until the end of the 20th century with the development of microscopic instrumentation that their task has been appreciated, putting into doubt the dominant belief that algae are the main generators of primary production (binding carbon). Nowadays, genomics has enabled us to gain insight into the functions of microorganisms that we did not know were present in the plankton.
Description7 pages, 5 figures, 1 table
Publisher version (URL)https://metode.cat/revistes-metode/monografics/xarxes-invisibles.html
Identifiersissn: 1133-3987
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