Browsing The Plymouth Student Scientist - Volume 12, No. 1 - 2019 by Subject "marine biogeochemical cycles"
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Investigating changes in the chemical composition of wood upon digestion by wood-boring Bivalves of the sub-family Xylophagaidae, and potential implications for marine biogeochemical cycles (University of Plymouth, 2019)The sub-family of molluscs Xylophagaidae are the primary degraders of wood in the oceans. They are part of an opportunistic ecosystem, which survives on temporary falls of large organic matter, such as carcasses and wood ...