Diego Mote

This text briefly introduces the content in the page.

Warming climate could turn ocean plankton microbes into carbon emitters

The mixotrophic protist Paramecium bursaria can eat bacteria or use photosynthesis to get energy and carbon. Photosynthesis occurs inside the endosymbiotic Chlorella algae (green spheres) that live inside P bursaria cells. Credit: Daniel Wieczynski New research finds that a warming climate could flip globally abundant microbial communities from carbon sinks to carbon emitters, potentially triggering

Do you want to boost your business today?

This is your chance to invite visitors to contact you. Tell them you’ll be happy to answer all their questions as soon as possible.

Learn how we helped 100 top brands gain success