1. Discovery of three novel Minorisa species, the smallest predatory marine picoplankton

    By Science X staff Minorisa, a group of unicellular eukaryotes (protists), is renowned as one of the smallest predators in the world. These microorganisms are widely distributed in oceans, with a particular abundance in coastal regions, where they are believed to play a crucial ro
  2. Water Availability Creates Global Thresholds In Multidimensional Soil Biodiversity And Functions

    “Soils support an immense portion of Earth’s biodiversity and maintain multiple ecosystem functions which are essential for human well-being. Environmental thresholds are known to govern global vegetation patterns, but it is still unknown whether they can be used to predict the d