N2 fixation by unicellular bacterioplankton from the Atlantic and Pacific oceans: phylogeny and in situ rates.

@article{Falcn2004N2FB,
  title={N2 fixation by unicellular bacterioplankton from the Atlantic and Pacific oceans: phylogeny and in situ rates.},
  author={Luisa I. Falc{\'o}n and Edward J. Carpenter and Frank Walter. Cipriano and Birgitta Bergman and Douglas George Capone},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={70 2},
  pages={
          765-70
        }
}
N2-fixing proteobacteria (alpha and gamma) and unicellular cyanobacteria are common in both the tropical North Atlantic and Pacific oceans. In near-surface waters proteobacterial nifH transcripts were present during both night and day while unicellular cyanobacterial nifH transcripts were present during the nighttime only, suggesting separation of N2 fixation and photosynthesis by unicellular cyanobacteria. Phylogenetic relationships among unicellular cyanobacteria from both oceans were… CONTINUE READING

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