Signe Høgslund

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The microbial nitrogen cycle is one of the most complex and environmentally important element cycles on Earth and has long been thought to be mediated exclusively by prokaryotic microbes. Rather recently, it was discovered that certain eukaryotic microbes are able to store nitrate intracellularly and use it for dissimilatory nitrate reduction in the absence(More)
The intertidal communities on rocky shores are directly subjected to climatic changes in air and water temperatures and to derived effects of climate change, such as changes in freshwater run-off and ice dynamics. Global warming occurs at elevated rates in Greenland and results in changing species distributions with range expansions to the north and new(More)
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