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Both cyanobacteria and eukaryotic microalgae are promising organisms for sustainable production of bulk products such as food, feed and fuels. Continue reading
Viruses infecting higher plants are typically small RNA viruses that encode only a few genes. Although small viruses have recently been discovered that infect algae, many viruses infecting eukaryotic algae are huge dsDNA viruses with genomes ranging from 160 to … Continue reading
Marine dinoflagellates produce a diverse suite of complex toxins, yet the biological reason remains unclear. Among this group, Karlodinium veneficum is a small (∼8–12 μm) phytoplankton, common in coastal aquatic ecosystems. It has a mixed nutritional mode, relying on both … Continue reading