V cholera

V cholera

Vibrio cholerae, see there.
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In the last decade or so, Colwell and her colleagues have found that V cholera naturally attaches to copepods and other microscopic ocean animals that feed on phytoplankton, the microscopic plants that Colwell calls the "grass of the sea." Warm water can stimulate phytoplankton blooms, which then cause an increase in copepod populations and presumably V cholera.