Just like when people choose their lunch from a menu, microbes prefer some foods over others. Most microbes prefer to consume glucose first over other available carbon sources. However, Pseudomonads function differently, prioritizing the consumption of organic acids over glucose.
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How human history and climate have shaped the genetic diversity of a parasite nematode: a tale of 223 genomes.
Our paper focuses on a parasitic nematode. It was published at Nature Communications and can be found here: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-019-12695-4#Ack1.
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Opening a new window of anammox research
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