Browsing Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences by Subject "microbial diversity"
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Effects of sample handling and cultivation bias on the specificity of bacterial communities in keratose marine sponges (Frontiers, 2014-11-18)Complex and distinct bacterial communities inhabit marine sponges and are believed to be essential to host survival, but our present-day inability to domesticate sponge symbionts in the laboratory hinders our access to the ...Journal article
(The University of Bergen, 2020-07-09)Permafrost, permanently frozen soil, constitutes a major portion of the Earth’s terrestrial cryosphere and represents a unique niche for cold-adapted microorganisms. As the global temperature increases, it is still unknown ...Master thesis
Simple models combining competition, defence and resource availability have broad implications in pelagic microbial food webs (Wiley, 2018-09)In food webs, interactions between competition and defence control the partitioning of limiting resources. As a result, simple models of these interactions contain links between biogeochemistry, diversity, food web structure ...Journal article