Bertrand Lab

Marine Microbial Proteomics and Trace Nutrient Biogeochemistry

Dalhousie University

 
 

New Paper: Fe and temperature interactions in diatom growth

May 25, 2020

PhD student Loay Jabre leads this new work- We found that temperature and iron interactively influence growth in an important polar diatom - warming alleviated Fe demand, allowing cells to maximize growth under low Fe availability

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