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The limits of bacterial hitchhiking

Post by Rachel Roberts, University of Reading Bacteria are able to move across oceans, deserts and mountain ranges with relative ease, by hitching a ride in clouds of dust or water vapour. The rules that govern the dispersal, or ‘biogeography’, … Continue reading

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