Vibrio infection with climate change

vibrio infections and climate change

a study presented at the relationship between climate warming and vibrio infections.Prokaryotes in maintaining the earth's life occupies a key role, and represents the world's largest living biomass in the ocean.Despite a large number of studies have shown that the climate warming increases the ocean temperatures and changed the Marine ecosystem, but there is little study examines the impact of these changes on the Marine prokaryotes.Rita Colwell, and colleagues won the plankton continuous recording system (CRP) survey from 1958 to 1958 to collect and save the phytoplankton samples, and then rebuilt, including human pathogen vibrio species richness of history.The authors focus on nine of the north Atlantic and the north sea area, they found that changes in phytoplankton were associated with climate change.The authors also put forward the statistical model, the model shows that the increasing of sea surface temperature promoted the vibrio population increase for a long time.In addition, the authors analyzed the Atlantic coast of northern Europe and the United States reported vibrio infections, these cases are known by plankton continuous recording system (CRP) samples contain the spread of the species., say the authors indicate that the evidence related to climate warming, vibrio concentration may lead to the rising sea through such as XiuXianYu and food-borne pathogen path of human infections.

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