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Analysis of nifH DNA and RNA reveals a disproportionate contribution to nitrogenase activities by rare plankton-associated diazotrophs

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Analysis of nifH DNA and RNA reveals a disproportionate contribution to nitrogenase activities by rare plankton-associated diazotrophs
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BMC Microbiology, August 2019
DOI 10.1186/s12866-019-1565-9
Authors

Qing-Song Yang, Jun-De Dong, Manzoor Ahmad, Juan Ling, Wei-Guo Zhou, Ye-Hui Tan, Yuan-Zhou Zhang, Dan-Dan Shen, Yan-Ying Zhang

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