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Grants

Courtesy of Armbrust Lab

University of Washington, School of Oceanography

Lab of E. Virginia Armbrust, PhD

This grant to the University of Washington supports the research of Dr. Armbrust into the genomics and physiology of diatoms. Diatoms play a major role in marine ecology and in facilitating the flow of nitrogen, carbon, and energy in the oceans. Outcomes for this grant include identification of the molecular basis of diatom toxin production, explanation of the adaptation of microbial communities to local environments and the environmental causes for toxic diatom blooms, and application of diatom genomics to the understanding of carbon and nitrogen metabolism.

Title: Lab of E. Virginia Armbrust, PhD
Date Awarded: Sep 2004
Amount: $3,321,594
Term: 60 months
Grant ID: GBMF537
Funding Area: Science, Marine Microbiology Initiative

Other grants to University of Washington, School of Oceanography (3)

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