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BackgroundSponges are important suspension-feeding members of reef communities, with the collective capacity to overturn the… Expand Thaumarchaeota represent a unique phylum within the domain Archaea that embraces ammonia-oxidizing organisms from soil, marine… Expand Background Archaea are ubiquitous symbionts of marine sponges but their ecological roles and the influence of environmental… Expand The archaeal domain is currently divided into two major phyla, the Euryarchaeota and Crenarchaeota. During the past few years… Expand The assimilation of carbon dioxide (CO2) into organic material is quantitatively the most important biosynthetic process. We… Expand Crenarchaeota are ubiquitous and abundant microbial constituents of soils, sediments, lakes, and ocean waters. To further… Expand Marine Crenarchaeota represent an abundant component of oceanic microbiota with potential to significantly influence… Expand Molecular phylogenetic surveys have recently revealed an ecologically widespread crenarchaeal group that inhabits cold and… Expand Cenarchaeum symbiosum, an archaeon which lives in specific association with a marine sponge, belongs to a recently recognized… Expand Archaea, one of the three major domains of extant life, was thought to comprise predominantly microorganisms that inhabit extreme… Expand