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Potential impact of global climate change on benthic deep-sea microbes

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Potential impact of global climate change on benthic deep-sea microbes

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Potential impact of global climate change on benthic deep-sea microbes

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Potential impact of global climate change on benthic deep-sea microbes

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Potential impact of global climate change on benthic deep-sea microbes

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England: Oxford University Press

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FEMS microbiology letters, 2017, Vol.364 (23)

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English

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England: Oxford University Press

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Benthic deep-sea environments are the largest ecosystem on Earth, covering ∼65% of the Earth surface. Microbes inhabiting this huge biome at all water depths represent the most abundant biological components and a relevant portion of the biomass of the biosphere, and play a crucial role in global biogeochemical cycles. Increasing eviden...

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1574-6968,0378-1097

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1574-6968

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10.1093/femsle/fnx214

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