"Very, very repressed” photosynthesis in marine bacteria says USF researcher


"Slime Snot" on Gulf Seafloor More Closely Linked to Missing BP Oil, OnEarth, December 10, 2010:

[David Hollander, an associate professor of chemical oceanography at the University of South Florida] is particularly anxious about small organisms at the bottom of the food chain, including fish eggs and fish larvae. Already a marine bacteria and a one-celled marine dinoflaggellate east of Macondo have shown “very, very repressed” photosynthesis, he says.

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