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Press Release 06-016
Sequencing Our Seas

Scientists use genomics to reveal secrets of ocean microbes

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Researchers sequenced the genomes of ocean microbes living in the Pacific ocean.

Researchers sequenced the genomes of planktonic microbes living at various depths of the Pacific ocean. Organisms at each depth contained significant amounts of unique DNA sequence, revealing community characteristics at the various depths.

Credit: Nicolle Rager Fuller, National Science Foundation


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The research vessel Kilo Moana was used to collect microbes in the Pacific Ocean.

The research vessel Kilo Moana was used to collect samples of planktonic microbes in the Pacific Ocean.

Credit: SOEST/University of Hawaii


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Oceanographic instrumentation like these particle traps were used to collect samples.

Oceanographic instrumentation like these particle traps were used to collect water column samples.

Credit: SOEST/University of Hawaii


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Researchers used water samplers to collect planktonic microbes from the Pacific Ocean.

Researchers used oceanographic instrumentation like these water samplers to collect planktonic microbes from the Pacific Ocean.

Credit: SOEST/University of Hawaii


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