New paper out by Martignier et al., in Geobiology : discovery of a new biomineralization process by algae in lake Geneva --> Intracellular amorphous Barium and Strontium rich calcium carbonates
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The data you shared is very informative. Biomineralization refers to the process of hard tissue formation by organisms and has been characterized as a highly controlled and functional process. Amorphous calcium carbonate is the antecedent state of both aragonite and calcite.