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Unformatted text preview: in a wide range of marine environments. For instance, in the Arabian Sea, she and her student, Nelson Sherry, found that these organisms could reproduce several times a day and reach population sizes of more than a million cells per milliliter. These were free-living picocyanobacteria that bloomed during the summer Monsoon season. In the winter she found many examples of picocyanobacteria living symbiotically with dinoflagellates. She would like the students to know that people who study the ocean are a community of creative, curious, and wonderful people. She says, “If you are a student interested in ocean science, rest assured that there are many wonderful people out here who want to help you follow your dreams.”...
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