Cultured bacterial diversity and the impact of human activity in cryoconites samples from Alps
- Cultured bacterial diversity and the impact of human activity in cryoconites samples from Alps
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- Alps의 cryoconite 시료에서 배양된 미생물의 다양성과 인간 활동의 영향
- Lee, Hong Kum
Hong, Soon Gyu
Lee, Yung Mi
Kim, Eun Hye
Jung, Jee Ah
Kim, So yeon
- Alps; Bacterial diversity; Cryoconite; Human impact
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- Lee, Hong Kum, et al. 2010. Cultured bacterial diversity and the impact of human activity in cryoconites samples from Alps. 한국미생물학회. 한국미생물학회. 2010.05.06~.
- The relationship between human impact and the diversity of culturable bacteria in cryoconite samples from Alps was investigated by comparing physiological characteristics and phylogenetic analysis of 260 isolates. The ratio of isolates which grew only below 20
C was higher in samples with no or weak human impact compared to that in samples with strong human impact. In contrast, the ratio of isolates which grew as high as 37
C were higher in strongly affected samples. In most cases, protease activity at 10
C and 20
C seemed similar, but the ratio of isolates with higher protease activity at 10C than 20
C was higher when human impact were strong. In contrast, correlation of lipase activity with human impact was not evident. Isolates were included in the Actinobacteria, Bacteroidetes, Firmicutes, α-proteobacteria, ß-proteobacteria, and γ-proteobacteria and diversity was affected by human impact. Isolates included in the Arthrobacter, Bacillus, and Pseudorhodobacter were detected only from samples with no human impact while isolates included in the Enterobacteraceae, Oxalobacteraceae, Pedobacter, Rhodococcus, and Sphingomonas were detected from samples with human impact. These results suggested that human impact may influence on the composition of microbial communities and physiological characteristics of bacteria in cryoconites.
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