Bacteria surrounding coral reefs change in synchrony, even across great distance

https://phys.org/news/2019-04-bacteria-coral-reefs-synchrony-great.html

In coral reef ecosystems, amid stony corals, fronds of algae and schools of fish, microorganisms are essential for recycling nutrients—transforming bits of organic matter into forms of nitrogen and phosphorus, for example, that are useful to photosynthetic organisms.


Original Title: Bacteria surrounding coral reefs change in synchrony, even across great distance
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