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Processes, Volume 5, Issue 1 (March 2017)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Mixed species (photoautotroph-heterotroph) microbial communities apparently demonstrate mutualistic [...] Read more. Mixed species (photoautotroph-heterotroph) microbial communities apparently demonstrate mutualistic benefits. Phototrophs provide fixed carbon to the heterotrophs, and heterotrophs are hypothesized to produce inorganic carbon (via respiration), reducing negative consequences from excess light impingement. Photos show cyanobacteria (photoautotrophs) in red and E coli (hetrotrophs) in green cohabitating in biofilm and suspension forms. View this paper