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Exploring the pathogenic interaction of marine roseobacter Phaeobacter inhibens and its coccolithophore host Emiliania huxleyiDownload
Among phytoplankton, coccolithophores are the main calcifiers, taking up inorganic carbon and calcium to make delicate calcite scales called: coccoliths. The model coccolithophore, Emiliania huxleyi, is the most ubiquitous extant species. E. huxleyi is a species complex with three morphologically...
IN HOT WATER: A BACTERIAL PATHOGEN DISPLAYING TEMPERATURE-ENHANCED VIRULENCE OF THE MICROALGA EMILIANIA HUXLEYIDownload
Emiliania huxleyi is a globally abundant microalga that plays a significant role in biogeochemical cycles. Over the next century, sea surface temperatures are predicted to increase drastically, which will likely have significant effects on the survival and ecology of E. huxleyi. In a warming...
Surface colonization is ubiquitous in marine environments, and bacteria are one of the first, or primary colonizers, to attach to newly formed surfaces. Marine algae are host to a plethora of such bacterial colonizers, one of the most abundant being roseobacters. Most of known pathogenic or...