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Image : 3. Sustained observations of surface ocean microbial community structure


Fig. 18. Fluorescence in situ hybridization (CARD-FISH) of Eel River Basin sediment. (a and b) Shown are oligonucleotide probes targeting archaeal ANME-2c (ANME2c_760, blue), Desulfosarcina (DSS_225, green), and Desulfobulbaceae (DBB_660, red) (a) and ANME-2 archaea (Eel_932, red), Desulfobacteriaceae (DSS_658, green), and Betaproteobacteria (Bet_42a, blue) (b Lower). Collage of two pictures. (b Upper) ANME-2 archaea (Eel_932, red) and Betaproteobacteria (Bet_42a, green) and a general DNA stain (DAPI, blue). (c and d) ANME-2 (Eel_932, red), Desulfobacteriaceae (DSS_658, green), and Alphaproteobacteria (Alpha_986, blue). (Scale bars, 10 μm.)

 

Credit:  DeLong, E.F., Taylor. L. T., March, T.L. and  Preston, C. M. 1999, Visualization and enumeration of marine planktonic Archaea and bacteria by using polyribonucleotide probes and fluorescent in situ hybridization. Applied and Environmental Microbiology  65, 5554-5563. <650099-2240/99/$o4 00+>

(DeLong, E.F., Taylor. L. T., March, T.L. and Preston, C. M. 1999)

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