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Diverse and unique picocyanobacteria found in the Chesapeake Bay

350 210 Stroud Water Research Center

Chen, F., K. Wang, J. Kan, M. Suzuki, E. Wommack, and W. Coats. 2006.  Applied and Environmental Microbiology 72(3): 2239–2243.

doi: 10.1128/AEM.72.3.2239-2243.2006

Abstract

rRNA internal transcribed spacer phylogeny showed that Chesapeake Bay is populated with diverse Synechococcus strains, including members of the poorly studied marine cluster B. Marine cluster B prevailed in the upper bay, while marine cluster A was common in the lower bay. Interestingly, marine cluster B Synechococcus included phycocyanin- and phycoerythrin-rich strains.

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