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Microbiome Under Changing Climate Implications and Solutions
2022, Pages 393-414

Introduction to the impact of microbes on climate: an ocean of opportunities

Shrushty Govani1, Soumyaduti Kundu1, Nayanika Bhattacharya1, G. Vidyadharani2, S. Jenny Angel3, Shobana Sugumar1

Department of Genetic Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Technology, SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Chennai, India.


In the macroevolution period the effect of climate change on microorganisms is ambiguous. Microorganism fuels other higher tropics of life, which is how, it is essential to understand the living pattern. In the prevailing environmental conditions, climate change impacts are marks of how soil and water (polar region, freshwater, and oceans) eventually harm the agroecosystem. The future settles for more of a negative impact on nature. As the climate and environment changes, therefore, macros on the Earth adapt and mitigate themselves. This strong genetic organization makes them a suitable agent to contend in climatic aberrations. Diverse aspects of microorganisms’ behavioral evolutions have made promising evidence of their existence. Hence, an enormous amount of research has been carried out in extremely harsh and adverse condition, which makes microorganism see as welcome respite. Some prominent mechanism helps to cope with the climate. Some climacteric facts and sources have been scrutinized here. Further close aspects will come from wide genome isolation, extraction, and characterization. Earth will solely rely on the microbial conditions in mitigating climate.

Keywords: Carbon cycle, nitrogen cycle, phosphorous cycle, Artic region, Antarctic, biomes liveable, blooms, anthropocene, microbiomes, hypoxia, ocean acidification, ocean bleaching, oxygen depletion, phytoplankton, coral reefs, carbon cycle, ocean surface heating.

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