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Viruses are not always the villain (The research results were introduced in a Canadian scientific magazine)

Viruses are not always the villain (The research results were introduced in a Canadian scientific magazine) Th [...][...]

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Viral-bacterial disturbance caused by a large earthquake and tsunami

The great earthquake and tsunami that occurred on March 11, 2011 caused enormous damage to the Sanriku coastal [...][...]

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Publication:Giant underwater waves keep corals cool

Alex Wyatt and authers including Professor Toshi Nagata published a paper in  Nature Geoscience, on November 1 [...][...]

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Publication: Wakame is a recorder of oceanographic conditions

The sea off Sanriku coast, northeastern Japan, is characterized by seasonal influence of the prevailing water [...][...]

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Publication: Ocean giant gets a health check : Combination of blood and tissue test reveals whale shark diets

Alex Wyatt and colleagues published a paper in Ecological Monographs, one of the leading ecology journals in t [...][...]

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Global analysis reveals how sharks travel the oceans to find food

A major international collaboration, including AORI researcher Dr. Alex Wyatt and authors from 20 other countr [...][...]

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Marine bacteria in the twilight zone responded to organic matter addition and temperature elevation

Twilight zone is an oceanic realm where heterotrophic bacteria mineralize large amounts of organic matter deli [...][...]

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Publication: Bacterial enhancement of gel particle coagulation in seawater

Polymers produced by phytoplankton and bacteria are abundant in seawater. The self- assembly of these polymers [...][...]

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Publication: Submicron particles contain large quantities of L-proline

L-proline is one of the 20 amino acids that are found in proteins. Because previous studies have generally use [...][...]

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