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Bacteria and decaying plant material

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Bacteria and decaying plant material. Light microscopy footage of bacteria (small, rod-shaped organisms) in a culture of decaying plant material. Some are Vibrio bacteria, a genus of Gram-negative curved rod-shaped bacteria. The bacteria are feeding on and causing the plant material to decay. Most decomposition of organic matter is caused by bacteria and fungi. This decomposition is a vital stage in the recycling of organic matter to form new sources of nutrients. This footage was recorded with phase contrast microscopy techniques.

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