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The relationship between plant and soil bacterial community in tundra soil, Alaska

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Title
The relationship between plant and soil bacterial community in tundra soil, Alaska
Other Titles
알래스카 토양의 식생과 미생물 군집간의 상관관계
Authors
Chun, Jongsik
Hwang, Chung Yeon
Lee, Yoo Kyung
Lee, Eun Ju
Kim, Mincheol
Jung, Ji Young
Kim, Hye Min
Lee, Hyoheimi
Keywords
Arctic soil; climatic change; microbial community; plant; pyrosequencing
Issue Date
2012
Citation
Chun, Jongsik, et al. 2012. The relationship between plant and soil bacterial community in tundra soil, Alaska. 한국미생물학회연합. 한국미생물학회연합. 2012.10.11~.
Abstract
High latitude ecosystems are affected by warming faster than other temperate and tropical regions, and actually the climate of the Arctic has warmed significantly recent few decades. Plants have been focused on their responses can affect entire food webs, disturbance regimes, carbon and nutrient cycling, and water supply. Furthermore, soil microorganisms play a key role in nutrient cycling and other ecosystem process. In spite of the plant and soil microorganisms are good source to predict to the climatic changes, their relationships are not understood well. Thus researches are needed to explain the relationship between vegetation and soil bacterial community in Arctic area. Here, we asked the question: 1) which kind of plant is dominant, 2) and the dominant plant affect to the bacterial communities structures?, 3) and which environmental factors affect to the plant and bacterial community structure? To answer these questions, we investigated type of plant using quadrate (30 cm x 30 cm) with 25 m intervals and the soil bacterial community with the sampling sites using 16S rRNA gene sequencing. Also statistical analyses were carried out to identify the relationships between soil properties and plant and bacterial community.t entire food webs, disturbance regimes, carbon and nutrient cycling, and water supply. Furthermore, soil microorganisms play a key role in nutrient cycling and other ecosystem process. In spite of the plant and soil microorganisms are good source to predict to the climatic changes, their relationships are not understood well. Thus researches are needed to explain the relationship between vegetation and soil bacterial community in Arctic area. Here, we asked the question: 1) which kind of plant is dominant, 2) and the dominant plant affect to the bacterial communities structures?, 3) and which environmental factors affect to the plant and bacterial community structure? To answer these questions, we investigated
URI
http://repository.kopri.re.kr/handle/201206/8437
Conference Name
한국미생물학회연합
Conference Place
한국미생물학회연합
Conference Date
2012.10.11~
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