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Marine viruses. Key players of the microbial food web in the Ocean

AuthorsVaqué, Dolors
Issue Date5-Jul-2017
PublisherCSIC - Instituto de Ciencias del Mar (ICM)
Associació Catalana d’Oceanògrafes i Oceanògrafs
CitationThe Ramon Margalef Summer Colloquia (2017)
AbstractViruses are the most abundant biological particles in the Ocean, represent the highest reservoir of diversity, and are key players in controlling the microbial biomass, activity and its diversity that in turn could be driven by environmental factors. The lecture will be focus on the activity of viruses at different scales and how they could be affected by climate change factors as temperature. This will open a discussion about the role of viruses on the ocean in the future
DescriptionThe Ramon Margalef Summer Colloquia, Spatial and temporal patterns in physical-biological oceanic processes: from scale interaction to the rise of the living ocean, 3-12 July 2017, Barcelona
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