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The communities of bacteria that assemble around marine microphytoplankton are predictably dominated by Rhodobacterales, Flavobacteriales, and families within the Gammaproteobacteria. Yet whether this consistent ecological pattern reflects the result of resource-based niche partitioning or resource competition requires better knowledge of the metabolites linking microbial autotrophs and heterotrophs in the surface ocean. We characterized molecules targeted for uptake by three heterotrophicdoi:10.1038/s41396-020-00811-y pmid:33097854 pmcid:PMC8027193 fatcat:t65imulzfbe25dsd3z4om3u3yu