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Genome-scale community modelling reveals conserved metabolic cross-feedings in epipelagic bacterioplankton communities

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Marine microorganisms form complex communities of interacting organisms that influence central ecosystem functions in the ocean such as primary production and nutrient cycling. Identifying the mechanisms controlling their assembly and activities is a major challenge in microbial ecology. Here, we integrated Tara Oceans meta-omics data to predict genome-scale community interactions within prokaryotic assemblages in the euphotic ocean. A global genome-resolved co-activity network revealed a significant number of inter-lineage associations across large phylogenetic distances. Identified co-active communities included species displaying smaller genomes but encoding a higher potential for quorum sensing, biofilm formation, and secondary metabolism. Community metabolic modelling revealed a higher potential for interaction within co-active communities and pointed towards conserved metabolic cross-feedings, in particular of specific amino acids and group B vitamins. Our integrated ecological and metabolic modelling approach indicates genome streamlining and metabolic auxotrophies as central joint mechanisms shaping bacterioplankton community assembly in the surface global ocean.
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hal-04284803 , version 1 (26-02-2024)

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Nils Giordano, Marinna Gaudin, Camille Trottier, Erwan Delage, Charlotte Nef, et al.. Genome-scale community modelling reveals conserved metabolic cross-feedings in epipelagic bacterioplankton communities. 2023. ⟨hal-04284803⟩
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