Scientists have identified long-hypothesised vitamin B deficient zones in the ocean. B vitamins are organic compounds dissolved in the ocean and are important for living cells to function. Zones poor in B vitamins may inhibit the growth and proliferation of phytoplankton, which are tiny microorganisms at the base of the food chain in the ocean.
Notícia do Scubatravel.co.uk - Scientists confirm existence of vitamin 'deserts' in the ocean
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