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Climate Change Could Impact Vital Functions of Microbes


June 23, 2008

News thumbnail Global climate change will not only impact plants and animals, but will also affect bacteria, fungi and other microbial populations that perform a myriad of functions important to life on earth.  The effects could be significant and will probably not be good, say researchers today at a scientific meeting in Boston, Mass. Full Story

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American Society for Microbiology

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