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Carolyn A. Levi
4 pp.
MITSG 91-29J

Written for the lay reader, this article recounts the events leading to a new way of assessing microbial populations in the ocean. Flow cytometry, once a medical tool, is now used in counting and identifying phytoplankton. Recent research is paving the way for use of this tool in identifying oceanic bacteria as well, allowing a fuller understanding of these otherwise difficult-to-study organisms.

type: Technical reports

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