Trichodesmium: Ocean-fertilising bacteria work together to adapt to light levels

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Filaments of Trichodesmium can merge together to form an aggregate called a puff

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

One of the most abundant and important kinds of photosynthetic bacterium in the oceans may owe its success to teamwork.

The bacterium, called Trichodesmium, can…

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