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Microbial carbonate mineralization is widespread in nature and among microorganisms, and of vast ecological and geological importance. However, our understanding of the mechanisms that trigger and control processes such as calcification, i.e., mineralization of CO 2 to calcium carbonate (CaCO 3 ), is limited and literature on cyanobacterial calcification is oftentimes bewildering and occasionally controversial. In cyanobacteria, calcification may be intimately associated with the carbondoi:10.3390/min2040338 fatcat:hsio66b2mzckxgugfiuneq3ica