Melanie K. Suess

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20 Microbial fatty acids preserve metabolic and environmental information in their ratios of 21 deuterium (D) to hydrogen (H). This ratio is influenced by parameters that include the 22 D/H of water in the microbial growth environment, and biosynthetic fractionations 23 between water and lipid. In some microbes, this biosynthetic fractionation has been 24(More)
Microbial fatty acids preserve metabolic and environmental information in their hydrogen isotope ratios ((2)H/(1)H). This ratio is influenced by parameters that include the (2)H/(1)H of water in the microbial growth environment, and biosynthetic fractionations between water and lipid. In some microbes, this biosynthetic fractionation has been shown to vary(More)
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