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The POM-DOM piezophilic microorganism continuum (PDPMC)—The role of piezophilic microorganisms in the global ocean carbon cycle

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The POM-DOM piezophilic microorganism continuum (PDPMC)—The role of piezophilic microorganisms in the global ocean carbon cycle

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The POM-DOM piezophilic microorganism continuum (PDPMC)—The role of piezophilic microorganisms in the global ocean carbon cycle

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The POM-DOM piezophilic microorganism continuum (PDPMC)—The role of piezophilic microorganisms in the global ocean carbon cycle

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Heidelberg: Science China Press

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Science China. Earth sciences, 2015, Vol.58 (1), p.106-115

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TN_cdi_proquest_journals_1644087818

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English

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Heidelberg: Science China Press

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The deep ocean piezosphere accounts for a significant part of the global ocean, hosts active and diverse microbial communities which probably play a more important role than hitherto recognized in the global ocean carbon cycle. The conventional biological pump concept and the recently proposed microbial carbon pump mechanism provide a foundation fo...

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The POM-DOM piezophilic microorganism continuum (PDPMC)—The role of piezophilic microorganisms in the global ocean carbon cycle

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1674-7313

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1869-1897

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10.1007/s11430-014-4985-2

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