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Early Archaean microorganisms preferred elemental sulfur, not sulfate.

Bibliographic reference Philippot, Pascal ; Van Zuilen, Mark ; Lepot, Kevin ; Thomazo, Christophe ; Farquhar, James ; et. al. Early Archaean microorganisms preferred elemental sulfur, not sulfate.. In: Science (New York, N.Y.), Vol. 317, no. 5844, p. 1534-7 (2007)
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