Calyptogena sp. Florida gill symbiont
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Abstract Vesicomyid clams in deep-sea chemosynthetic ecosystems harbor sulfur-oxidizing bacteria in their gill epithelial cells… Expand Survival of deep-sea Calyptogena clams depends on organic carbon produced by symbiotic, sulfur-oxidizing, autotrophic bacteria… Expand We electrically collected membrane-intact and dehydrogenase-positive chemosynthetic symbiotic bacteria from fresh gill tissues of… Expand To understand sulfur oxidation in thioautotrophic deep-sea clam symbionts, we analyzed the recently reported genomes of two… Expand To understand reductive genome evolution (RGE), we comparatively analyzed the recently reported small genomes of two… Expand Although dense animal communities at hydrothermal vents and cold seeps rely on symbioses with chemoautotrophic bacteria [1, 2… Expand During the Dives Nos. 409, 410, 480 and 481 of the Japanese submersible Shinkai 2000, conducted on June 10 and 11, 1989 and on… Expand Whale skeletons on the deep-sea floor provide sulfide-rich habitats that may act as stepping stones for the dispersal of animals… Expand