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- Schatz, Daniella; Shemi, Adva; Rosenwasser, Shilo; Sabanay, Helena; Wolf, Sharon G.; Ben‐Dor, Shifra; Vardi, Assaf
- The new phytologist 2014 v.204 no.4 pp. 854-863
- DNA; DNA replication; DNA viruses; Emiliania huxleyi; algal blooms; autophagy; ecosystems; fluorescence microscopy; food webs; gene expression regulation; genes; microorganisms; nutrients; primary productivity; tomography; transmission electron microscopy; virion; virus assembly; viruses
- ... Marine photosynthetic microorganisms are the basis of marine food webs and are responsible for nearly 50% of the global primary production. Emiliania huxleyi forms massive oceanic blooms that are routinely terminated by large double‐stranded DNA coccolithoviruses. The cellular mechanisms that govern the replication cycle of these giant viruses are largely unknown. We used diverse techniques, inclu ...
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