Biology of Marine Fungi

@inproceedings{Raghukumar2012BiologyOM,
  title={Biology of Marine Fungi},
  author={C. Raghukumar},
  booktitle={Progress in Molecular and Subcellular Biology},
  year={2012}
}
  • C. Raghukumar
  • Published in
    Progress in Molecular and…
    2012
  • Biology
Decomposition of organic matter in marine sediments is a critical step influencing oxygen and carbon fluxes. In addition to heterotrophic bacteria and fungi, osmoheterotrophic protists may contribute to this process, but the extent of their role as decomposers is still unknown. Among saprophytic protists, the thraustochytrids have been isolated from different habitats and substrates. Recently, they have been reported to be particularly abundant in marine sediments characterized by the presence… Expand
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