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Author Topic:   Cyanobacteria weren't first, but last?
Sepiraph
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Message 6 of 7 (26455)
12-12-2002 9:07 PM
Reply to: Message 5 by blitz77
11-07-2002 1:48 AM


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Originally posted by blitz77:
Of course, according to the article cyanobacteria aren't the first bacteria. But my point still stands-or are you suggesting these sulfur-loving bacteria produced the first oxygen in the reducing atmosphere?
[This message has been edited by blitz77, 11-07-2002]

Well, whether true or not, that's what they're teaching in undergraduate microbiology courses these days.

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