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Old 06/21/2021, 08:15 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by Timfish View Post
THat pH affects growth has been an assumption for a long time that hasen't held up when researched. Factors that can are feeding, tankmates (alleopathy or microbial shifts) excess labile DOC, lighting, as well as nutrient levels too high or too low.

Here's some stuff you might find informative:

orest Rohwer "Coral Reefs in the Microbial Seas"

Changing Seas - Mysterious Microbes

Nitrogen cycling in hte coral holobiont

BActeria and Sponges

Richard Ross What's up with phosphate"
Awesome. Thanks for the links.
It’s funny how there’s so much info out there with no solid answer to this one.
One fact always opposes another.

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