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Com /college/nrllgradebook. Preface xxix Student Resources • StudySpace Students rely on effective and well-designed online resources to help them succeed in their courses. StudySpace is a free and open website that shows stu dents what they need to know, what they still need to review, and provides them with an organized study plan for mastering the material. Resources for students include : • Process anima tions, includ ing 22 new animations for the Second Edition, arc based on textbook art and have been developed with direct input from the authors.
The challenges of marine microbi ology today are to understand and catalog the extraordinary diversity of marine microorganisms. The world's oceans function in large part as a result of the activities of marine organisms. Marine microbiology impacts human health because of the many pathogens naturally occurring in the environment. But more than that, marine microorganisms may well be the cycling agent that keeps the blue planet inhabitable for humans. Marine microorganisms actively cycle carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, and other elements in our oceans and even playa role in the weather by producing dimethyl sulfoxide (OM SO), which is involved in cloud formation and moisture condensation.
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