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From: Diverse Marinimicrobia bacteria may mediate coupled biogeochemical cycles along eco-thermodynamic gradients

Fig. 5

Proposed co-metabolic model along eco-thermodynamic gradient in Saanich Inlet. a Proposed metabolic coupling between ARCTIC96B-1, SUP05, and Planctomycetes. b Proposed dynamic metabolic mutualism between SUP05 and SHBH1141. c Conceptual model for Marinimicrobia co-metabolic activity with other major microbial groups in Saanich Inlet along eco-thermodynamic gradients. Interactions based on expression data for sulfur (pink), nitrogen (blue), and hydrogen (green) for dominant Marinimicrobia clades in Saanich Inlet as well as putative metabolic partners Nitrosopumulaceae sp., Planctomycetes, and SUP05

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