Energetic coupling between plastids and mitochondria drives CO2 assimilation in diatoms

@article{Bailleul2015EnergeticCB,
  title={Energetic coupling between plastids and mitochondria drives CO2 assimilation in diatoms},
  author={Benjamin Bailleul and Nicolas Berne and Omer Murik and Dimitris Petroutsos and Judit Prihoda and Atsuko Tanaka and Valeria Villanova and Richard Bligny and Serena Flori and Denis Falconet and Anja Krieger-Liszkay and Stefano Santabarbara and Fabrice Rappaport and Pierre A Joliot and Leila Tirichine and Paul G. Falkowski and Pierre Cardol and Chris Bowler and Giovanni Finazzi},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2015},
  volume={524},
  pages={366-369}
}
Diatoms are one of the most ecologically successful classes of photosynthetic marine eukaryotes in the contemporary oceans. Over the past 30 million years, they have helped to moderate Earth’s climate by absorbing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, sequestering it via the biological carbon pump and ultimately burying organic carbon in the lithosphere. The proportion of planetary primary production by diatoms in the modern oceans is roughly equivalent to that of terrestrial rainforests. In… CONTINUE READING

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