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Deepening Diversity: First In-Depth Study of Marine Fungi and Their Reproduction Emerges from MBL

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montage-of-marine-fungi-credit-lorna-mitchison-field-sliderContact: Diana Kenney dkenney@mbl.edu; 508-289-7139 By Stephanie McPherson WOODS HOLE, Mass. — Marine fungi have long been overlooked in the research community, despite their likely contributions to the health of ocean ecosystems. Now, a first deep dive into the diversity of marine fungi and their cell division cycles has been published by a collaborative team […]

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