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COMPARISON OF SOIL BACTERIAL COMMUNITY STRUCTURE LIVING UNDER SEVERAL PLANTS IN PERMAFROST REGION

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Title
COMPARISON OF SOIL BACTERIAL COMMUNITY STRUCTURE LIVING UNDER SEVERAL PLANTS IN PERMAFROST REGION
Other Titles
동토 식물층의 토양 세균 군집 구조 비교
Authors
Nam, Sungjin
Lee, Bang Yong
Lee, Yoo Kyung
Han, Duk Ki
Kim, Hye Min
Kim, Ok-Sun
Keywords
Arctic permafrost; Cladonia; Erophorum scheuchzeri; Sphagnum; bacterial community
Issue Date
2011
Citation
Nam, Sungjin, et al. 2011. COMPARISON OF SOIL BACTERIAL COMMUNITY STRUCTURE LIVING UNDER SEVERAL PLANTS IN PERMAFROST REGION. IASC, KOPRI ect.. IASC, KOPRI ect.. 2011.03.28~.
Abstract
Plants and microbes play key roles within the nutrient cycles and biogeochemical processes of Arctic permafrost region, and it is very important to understand their relationship to expect the condition of future atmosphere. However, the study of relation between plants and microbes has been scarce. As a first step to elucidate relationship between plants and microbes in permafrost region, we examined and compared bacterial community structure living in the soil under several plants. In this study, we collected soil samples under four plants which are dominant in sampling site (Council, Alaska) : Sphagnum sp. (moss), Cladonia sp. (lichen), Erophorum scheuchzeri (tussock) and Betula nana (dwarf birch). The bacterial community structure in soil was investigated based on 16S rRNA genes using pyrosequencing. The Principal Component Analysis (PCA) was conducted to find the difference between each bacterial community structure.
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http://repository.kopri.re.kr/handle/201206/8515
Conference Name
IASC, KOPRI ect.
Conference Place
IASC, KOPRI ect.
Conference Date
2011.03.28~
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