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Wolbachia, A Heritable Pandemic part of Topics of Interest:Wolbachia
Created by Sarah Bordenstein, Marine Biological Laboratory Introduction Wolbachia is a genus of inherited alpha-proteobacteria that form intracellular infections in many invertebrate hosts. One of the most common ...

The Gulf of Mexico Dead Zone part of Topics of Interest:Dead Zone
Created by Monica Bruckner, Montana State University Where / Causes / Effects / Remediation / Resources What is the Gulf of Mexico Dead Zone? The Gulf of Mexico dead zone is an area of hypoxic (less than 2 ppm ...

Red Tide - A Harmful Algal Bloom part of Topics of Interest:Red Tide
Created by Monica Bruckner, Montana State University What is Red Tide? Red tide is a phenomenon caused by algal blooms during which algae become so numerous that they discolor coastal waters (hence the name ...

Nanobacteria and Nanobes- Are They Alive? part of Topics of Interest:Nanobes and Nanobacteria
Created by Monica Bruckner, Montana State University What / Where / People / Implications / Resources What are Nanobacteria and Nanobes? Nanobacteria are the smallest cell-walled organisms on Earth, the existence ...

Marine Symbiosis part of Topics of Interest:Marine Symbiosis
Created by Sarah Bordenstein, Marine Biological Laboratory What is Symbiosis? The term symbiosis is used to describe any permanent or long-lasting association between two or more different species of organisms. In ...

The Squid-Vibrio Symbiosis part of Topics of Interest:Marine Symbiosis
By Tanya Koropatnick Vibrio fischeri - Euprymna scolopes - Symbiont Specificity - Colonization - Morphogenesis - Maintenance - References The symbiont: Vibrio fischeri V. fischeri is a luminous, Gram-negative, ...

Paleoclimatology: How Can We Infer Past Climates? part of Topics of Interest:Climate Proxies
Created by Monica Bruckner, Montana State University. What is Paleoclimatology? Paleoclimatology is the study of past climates. Since it is not possible to go back in time to see what climates were like, ...

Paleoclimatology and Proxies: How Can We Infer Past Climates? part of Topics of Interest:Climate Proxies
Created by Monica Bruckner, Montana State University. What is Paleoclimatology? Paleoclimatology is the study of past climates. Since it is not possible to go back in time to see what climates were like, ...

From Plankton Net to Internet Workshop part of Topics of Interest:Lake Pontchartrain
Workshop Teachers and Friends, We are delighted to work with you as participants in the Loyola 'from planktonnet to internet' workshop as you explore the microbial diversity of post-Katrina/Rita Lake ...

Mono Lake part of Topics of Interest:Mono Lake
Created by Sarah Bordenstein, Marine Biological Laboratory Mono Lake, the oldest lake in North America, is naturally hypersaline and alkaline. It is a terminal lake, meaning it has no outlet. Water entering the ...

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