Marine Virus-Like Particles and Microbes: A Linear Interpretation

Cael, B. B. ORCID:; Carlson, Michael C. G.; Follett, Christopher L.; Follows, Michael J.. 2018 Marine Virus-Like Particles and Microbes: A Linear Interpretation. Frontiers in Microbiology, 9.

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Viruses are key players in ocean ecology and biogeochemistry, not only because of their functional roles but also partially due to their sheer abundance (Fuhrman, 1999; Wilhelm and Suttle, 1999). Because viruses cannot replicate without their hosts’ machinery, their abundance is inextricably related to that of their (mostly microbial) hosts. The relationship between viral and microbial abundances is thus of great interest.

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ISSN: 1664-302X
Date made live: 25 Apr 2020 13:23 +0 (UTC)

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