The molecular biology of biogeochemistry : using molecular methods to link ocean chemistry with biological activity
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This workshop will convene molecular biologists and biogeochemists to determine what genomic and proteomic tools can be applied to important problems in the carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus cycles of the ocean through an understanding of how microbes and primary producers interact with their physical and chemical environment.
Molecular Biology of Biogeochemistry Workshop, Wilshire Grand Hotel, Los Angeles, CA, November 8-10, 2010
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