The Seagrass Holobiont and Its Microbiome

@inproceedings{Ugarelli2017TheSH,
  title={The Seagrass Holobiont and Its Microbiome},
  author={Kelly Ugarelli and Seemanti Chakrabarti and Peeter Laas and Ulrich Stingl},
  booktitle={Microorganisms},
  year={2017}
}
Seagrass meadows are ecologically and economically important components of many coastal areas worldwide. Ecosystem services provided by seagrasses include reducing the number of microbial pathogens in the water, providing food, shelter and nurseries for many species, and decreasing the impact of waves on the shorelines. A global assessment reported that 29… CONTINUE READING
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