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More than a decade later, after Stoecker moved to the University of Maryland, she passed along a fascination for these organisms to her graduate student, Matt Johnson, who went on to study many forms of mixotrophy
. In 2006, Johnson became a postdoctoral scientist at Rutgers University, where he was introduced to Moeller, an undergraduate at the time who was looking for a research topic for her honors thesis.
(1988) demonstrated the potential of mixotrophy
in ciliates: a review of Chlorella symbiosis and chloroplast retention.
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Parall l evolutionary paths to mycoheterotrophy in understorey Ericaceae and Orchidaceae: ecological evidence for mixotrophy
They reported that, while N[H.sub.4.sup.+] affinity, mixotrophy
, and pH have been raised as possible sources of niche differentiation between AOA and AOB, no single soil parameter can describe their relative abundance.
in the commercial-scale open ponds of Chlorella and Spirulina has been practiced for some time through continuous addition of acetate in small quantities during daytime to support greater growth .