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Dr. John M. Larkin


Institution(s) / Organization(s):
Louisiana State University (LSU)

Professor Emeritus

Research interests: Filamentous sulfide-oxidizing bacteria at hydrocarbon seeps of the Gulf of Mexico, developmental genetics, cell differentiation, cell cycle, plant biology.

Ph.D., Washington State University, WA, USA

Area of Expertise / Interest:
Filamentous Sulfide-oxidizing Bacteria at Hydrocarbon Seeps of the Gulf of Mexico

Mailing Address:
Louisiana State University
Department of Biological Sciences
202 Life Sciences Building
Baton Rouge, LA 70803

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Keywords:   Sulfide, Bacteria, Hydrocarbon, Seeps, Genetics

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