The deep-sea glass sponge Lophophysema eversa harbours potential symbionts responsible for the nutrient conversions of carbon, nitrogen and sulfur

Ren Mao Tian, Jin Sun, Lin Cai, Wei Peng Zhang, Guo Wei Zhou, Jianwen QIU, Pei Yuan Qian

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