Novel chemolithotrophic and anoxygenic phototrophic genomes extracted from ice-covered boreal lakes 2

Although an important fraction of the world’s lakes remains ice-covered during a large pro22 portion of the year, little is known about the microorganisms that govern the biogeochemical processes occurring under-ice along the stratigraphic redox gradients. Reconstructed genomes 24 provide evidence for anoxygenic photosynthesis involving fixation of carbon… CONTINUE READING