Bacterial Species and Their Implications in Coral Death

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    Very interesting read:

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    Microbiology2009 - Bacterial Species and Their Importance in Coral Death


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    Various bacterial species have implications in
    both coral health and death and methods to understand the microbial communities and disease processes of corals worldwide are becoming increasingly important. Coral reefs are an integral part of the marine ecosystem, providing habitats for a diverse spectrum of life, controlling the level of carbon dioxide in the ocean, and protecting coasts from strong currents. Researchers studying the normal microbial associations and disease-causing interactions are uncovering new and fascinating​


    information that changes our way of viewing coral health and death.​
     
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