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Dimorphism in methane seep-dwelling ecotypes of the largest known bacteria

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Dimorphism in methane seep-dwelling ecotypes of the largest known bacteria

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Dimorphism in methane seep-dwelling ecotypes of the largest known bacteria

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Dimorphism in methane seep-dwelling ecotypes of the largest known bacteria

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Dimorphism in methane seep-dwelling ecotypes of the largest known bacteria

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England: Nature Publishing Group

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The ISME Journal, 2011, Vol.5 (12), p.1926-1935

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English

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England: Nature Publishing Group

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We present evidence for a dimorphic life cycle in the vacuolate sulfide-oxidizing bacteria that appears to involve the attachment of a spherical Thiomargarita-like cell to the exteriors of invertebrate integuments and other benthic substrates at methane seeps. The attached cell elongates to produce a stalk-like form before budding off spherical dau...

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Dimorphism in methane seep-dwelling ecotypes of the largest known bacteria

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TN_cdi_pubmedcentral_primary_oai_pubmedcentral_nih_gov_3223306

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1751-7362

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1751-7370

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10.1038/ismej.2011.66

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