A University of Queensland microbiologist is part of an international team that has identified a bacterial gene that may affect climate and weather. Phil Bond and colleagues have found how a particular type of marine bacteria -- Marinomonas -- generates a compound that is a key component in global sulfur and carbon cycles.
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Bacterial Gene May Affect Climate And Weather
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