Science Bacteria release billions and billions of 'food parcels' into oceans, say scientists

Cyanobacteria, among the first single-celled organisms to inhabit this planet, continuously release vesicles into the ocean. These vesicles are source of nourishment for other marine organisms

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Marine cyanobacteria, which use carbon dioxide and sunlight to produce oxygen, also help feed other marine organisms, say scientists.