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Queen of Spades Key to New Evolutionary Hypothesis

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Image of a Queen of Spades card.

The Queen of Spades card has led scientists to a new evolutionary hypothesis.

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Image of green colonies of Prochlorococcus on an agar plate.

Prochlorococcus wouldn't be able to grow without "helper" bacteria, invisible here.

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Image of green colonies of Prochlorococcus on an agar plate.

Thanks to helper bacteria, Prochlorococcus thrives as green colonies on an agar plate.

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Aboard a research vessel, biologist Jeff Morris samples the ocean's microbial community.

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Scientists prepare a rosette that will bring back seawater samples.

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Launch of the instrument rosette that will take ocean water samples.

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