Sulfur and primary production in aquatic environments: an ecological perspective

@article{Norici2005SulfurAP,
  title={Sulfur and primary production in aquatic environments: an ecological perspective},
  author={A. Norici and R. Hell and M. Giordano},
  journal={Photosynthesis Research},
  year={2005},
  volume={86},
  pages={409-417}
}
Sulfur is one of the critical elements in living matter, as it participates in several structural, metabolic and catalytic activities. Photosynthesis is an important process that entails the use of sulfur during both the light and carbon reactions. Nearly half of global photosynthetic carbon fixation is carried out by phytoplankton in the aquatic environment. Aquatic environments are very different from one another with respect to sulfur content: while in the oceans sulfate concentration is… Expand
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