Prochlorococcus

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Name: Prochlorococcus
First reported Jul 31 2014 - Updated Jul 31 2014 - 1 reports

New Microbial Ecology Findings from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Outlined (A microarray for assessing transcription from pelagic marine...

New Microbial Ecology Findings from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Outlined (A microarray for assessing transcription from pelagic marine microbial taxa)By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Ecology, Environment & Conservation -- Research findings ... [Published 4 Traders - Jul 31 2014]
First reported Jul 25 2014 - Updated Jul 25 2014 - 1 reports

Physiological Regulation of Isocitrate Dehydrogenase and the Role of 2-Oxoglutarate in Prochlorococcus sp. Strain PCC 9511

by María Agustina Domínguez-Martín, Antonio López-Lozano, Jesús Diez, Guadalupe Gómez-Baena, Oriol Alberto Rangel-Zúñiga, José Manuel García-FernándezThe enzyme isocitrate dehydrogenase (ICDH; EC 1.1.1.42) catalyzes the oxidative decarboxylation of isocitrate, ... [Published Plosone.org - Jul 25 2014]
First reported Jul 14 2014 - Updated Jul 14 2014 - 1 reports

Dyeing to Learn More About Marine Viruses

Tagging strategy allows for population surveysThe sheer volume of cyanobacteria in the oceans makes them major players in the global carbon cycle and responsible for as much as a third of the carbon fixed. These photosynthetic microbes, which include ... [Published Office of Science - U.S. Department of Energy - Jul 14 2014]
First reported Jul 12 2014 - Updated Jul 12 2014 - 1 reports

Scientists Confirm Different Types Of Bacteria Have Different Daily Life Cycles

redOrbit Staff & Wire Reports – Your Universe OnlineLike humans, ocean microbes have their own daily life cycles, following predictable patterns of eating, breathing, growing and other biological activity, according to new research published in the July ... [Published Red Orbit - Jul 12 2014]
First reported Jul 10 2014 - Updated Jul 11 2014 - 1 reports

Bacteria: A day in the life

We are all creatures of habit, and a new MIT study finds ocean bacteria are no exception. In a paper published this week in Science, researchers from MIT and elsewhere report that microbes in the open ocean follow predictable patterns of biological ... [Published MIT News feed - Jul 10 2014]
First reported Jul 08 2014 - Updated Jul 08 2014 - 1 reports

A Plankton Of Action

David Biello profiles Victor Smetacek, a marine biologist who devised a scheme to use plankton to help cool the earth: Much of the oxygen we breathe comes from just one species of cyanobacteria, Prochlorococcus . This species was not even discovered ... [Published The Daily Dish | By Andrew Sullivan - Jul 08 2014]
First reported Jul 07 2014 - Updated Jul 07 2014 - 1 reports

Ocean microbes display a hidden talent: releasing countless tiny lipid-filled sacs

In the search for a renewable energy source, systems using algae look like a good bet. Algae can grow quickly and in high concentrations in areas unsuitable for agriculture; and as they grow, they accumulate large quantities of lipids, carbon-containing ... [Published MIT News feed - Jul 07 2014]
First reported Jun 11 2014 - Updated Jun 11 2014 - 1 reports

Bacteria Are Our Gods

Nicholas P. Money, a Mycologist, Has Written a Beautiful Book About the Facts of Lifeby Charles Mudede Let's go back to the dusty time of the New Testament and imagine Jesus, a man who claimed to be the son of God, saying this to his followers on a hot ... [Published The Stranger, Seattle's Only Newspaper - Jun 11 2014]
First reported Jun 09 2014 - Updated Jun 09 2014 - 1 reports

The Extreme Life of the Sea - review

As you may know, yesterday was World Oceans Day so I spent part of the day reading a newly-published book about the world's oceans: The Extreme Life of the Sea [Princeton University Press, 2014; Guardian Bookshop; Amazon UK/audio download UK; Amazon US/kindle ... [Published Guardian.co.uk - Jun 09 2014]
First reported Apr 27 2014 - Updated Apr 27 2014 - 1 reports

Ocean Microbes Display Remarkable Genetic Diversity

CAMBRIDGE, Mass-- The smallest, most abundant marine microbe, Prochlorococcus , is a photosynthetic bacteria species essential to the marine ecosystem. An estimated billion billion billion of the single-cell creatures live in the oceans, forming the ... [Published Scientific Blogging - Apr 27 2014]
First reported Apr 24 2014 - Updated Apr 25 2014 - 2 reports

Octillions of microbes in the seas: Ocean microbes show incredible genetic diversity

Press Release 14-059Octillions of microbes in the seas: Ocean microbes show incredible genetic diversity In a few drops of seawater, one species, hundreds of subpopulations Artist's interpretation of Prochlorococcus diversity in a drop of seawater. ... [Published The Sietch Blog - Apr 24 2014]
First reported Mar 06 2014 - Updated Mar 06 2014 - 1 reports

Without these ancient cells, you wouldn’t be here

An ocean-dwelling organism called Prochlorococcus plays an important role in photosynthesis. Oceanographer Penny Chisholm explains. Video by Rebecca Jacobson. Additional video courtesy Eric Grabowski, NSF Center for Microbial Oceanography: Research and ... [Published PBS - Mar 06 2014]

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According to the news editors, the research concluded: "The MicroTOOLs microarray provides a robust tool for comprehensive characterization of major functional groups of microbes in the openopen ocean, and the design can be easily amended for specific environments and research questions."
...But we completely ignore the main form of life that rules our great bodies of water—single-celled organisms. "There are an octillion or more... as many blue-green cells floating in the sunlit waters of earth as there are atoms organized in a human body." And yet these microbes (so fucking many of them all over the place: air, bathrooms, a teaspoon of soil)—and this is where Money purposely steps on some...
"When they return to land, it's for only a few weeks each year to breed", he added. "They're the world's greatest flyers and they live for flight."
"The huge population size of Prochlorococcus suggests that this remarkable diversity and the way it is organized is not random, but is a masterpiece product of natural selection."

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New Microbial Ecology Findings from Lawrence Li... [Published 4 Traders - Jul 31 2014]
Physiological Regulation of Isocitrate Dehydrog... [Published Plosone.org - Jul 25 2014]
Dyeing to Learn More About Marine Viruses [Published Office of Science - U.S. Department of Energy - Jul 14 2014]
Scientists Confirm Different Types Of Bacteria ... [Published Red Orbit - Jul 12 2014]
Bacteria: A day in the life [Published MIT News feed - Jul 10 2014]
A Plankton Of Action [Published The Daily Dish | By Andrew Sullivan - Jul 08 2014]
Ocean microbes display a hidden talent: releasi... [Published MIT News feed - Jul 07 2014]
Bacteria Are Our Gods [Published The Stranger, Seattle's Only Newspaper - Jun 11 2014]
The Extreme Life of the Sea - review [Published Guardian.co.uk - Jun 09 2014]
Sallie “Penny” Chisholm receives MIT’s Killian ... [Published MIT News feed - May 22 2014]
Ocean Microbes Display Remarkable Genetic Diver... [Published Scientific Blogging - Apr 27 2014]
Octillions of microbes in the seas: Ocean micro... [Published The Sietch Blog - Apr 24 2014]
Ocean microbes display remarkable genetic diver... [Published MIT News feed - Apr 24 2014]
Without these ancient cells, you wouldn’t be here [Published PBS - Mar 06 2014]
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Bacteria: A day in the life [Published MIT News feed - Jul 10 2014]
We are all creatures of habit, and a new MIT study finds ocean bacteria are no exception. In a paper published this week in Science, researchers from MIT and elsewhere report that microbes in the open ocean follow predictable patterns of biological ...
A Plankton Of Action [Published The Daily Dish | By Andrew Sullivan - Jul 08 2014]
David Biello profiles Victor Smetacek, a marine biologist who devised a scheme to use plankton to help cool the earth: Much of the oxygen we breathe comes from just one species of cyanobacteria, Prochlorococcus . This species was not even discovered ...
Ocean microbes display a hidden talent: releasi... [Published MIT News feed - Jul 07 2014]
In the search for a renewable energy source, systems using algae look like a good bet. Algae can grow quickly and in high concentrations in areas unsuitable for agriculture; and as they grow, they accumulate large quantities of lipids, carbon-containing ...
Bacteria Are Our Gods [Published The Stranger, Seattle's Only Newspaper - Jun 11 2014]
Nicholas P. Money, a Mycologist, Has Written a Beautiful Book About the Facts of Lifeby Charles Mudede Let's go back to the dusty time of the New Testament and imagine Jesus, a man who claimed to be the son of God, saying this to his followers on a hot ...
Sallie “Penny” Chisholm receives MIT’s Killian ... [Published MIT News feed - May 22 2014]
Sallie “Penny” Chisholm thought she was just going to a regular faculty meeting on Wednesday afternoon, but there was a surprise in store for the much-lauded scientist: At the meeting, she was named as the 2014 recipient of MIT’s highest honor for full-time ...
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