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TitleMicrobial communities in a deep-sea hydrothermal vent chimney structure
Study TypeOther
Abstract In deep-sea hydrothermal fields, unique minerals, called chimney structures, are formed by the interaction between seawater and vent fluids. Chimney structures represent suitable habitat for a variety of microorganisms. We analyzed the microbial community structure within a chimney structure.
Description In deep-sea hydrothermal fields, unique minerals, called chimney structures, are formed by the interaction between seawater and vent fluids. Chimney structures represent suitable habitat for a variety of microorganisms. We analyzed the microbial community structure within a chimney structure.
Center NameJAMSTEC