Photosynthetic Pigment Archaea
- Global distribution and vertical patterns of a prymnesiophyte–cyanobacteria
- Genomics revealed that UCYN-A lacked key metabolic pathways commonly shared by diazotrophic cyanobacteria, such as oxygenic photosynthesis and the Calvin cycle, suggesting it was an obligate symbiont (Zehr et al., 2008; Tripp et al., 2010).
- Light and the evolution of vision
- A pigment spot reduces the illumination from one direction, or changes the wavelength of the incident light falling on the photoreceptor, thus allowing the organism to move in the direction of the light or away for it. So third, a mechanism ...
- The cyanobacterium Mastigocladus fulfills the nitrogen demand of a terrestrial
- However, heterotrophic bacteria and archaea are also highly represented as thermophiles in YNP acidic hot springs, including the presence of some active nitrogen fixers at temperatures up to 82 °C (Hamilton et al., 2011). Moreover ...
- Cosmic rays could power subsurface life in the universe
- In it, he discusses the possibility that life in subsurface environments — places where photosynthesis is a non-starter — could eke out a living by feeding upon cosmic rays. Rather than consuming them directly, as they are ...
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