Molecular characterization of the symbionts associated with marine nematodes of the genus Robbea‡

@inproceedings{Bayer2009MolecularCO,
  title={Molecular characterization of the symbionts associated with marine nematodes of the genus Robbea‡},
  author={Christoph Bayer and Niels Robert Heindl and Christian Rinke and Sebastian L{\"u}cker and J{\"o}rg A. Ott and Silvia Bulgheresi},
  booktitle={Environmental microbiology reports},
  year={2009}
}
Marine nematodes that carry sulfur-oxidizing bacteria on their cuticle (Stilbonematinae, Desmodoridae) migrate between oxidized and reduced sand layers thereby supplying their symbionts with oxygen and sulfide. These symbionts, in turn, constitute the worms' major food source. Due to the accessibility, abundance and relative simplicity of this association, stilbonematids may be useful to understand symbiosis establishment. Nevertheless, only the symbiont of Laxus oneistus has been found to… CONTINUE READING
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