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Intracellular Symbiotic Sulfur-oxidizing Bacteria

Intracellular symbiotic sulfur-oxidizing bacteria
Sulfur-oxidizing bacteria live symbiotically in cells of a deep-sea bivalve, Phreagena soyoae, and other chemosynthetic organisms.
Photographed by Takao Yoshida at the Department of Marine Biodiversity Research (BIO-DIVE)


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