Variations in Ecological Processes Influencing the Assembly of Bacterial Communities in Successional Environments
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- Variations in Ecological Processes Influencing the Assembly of Bacterial Communities in Successional Environments
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- 천이 환경에서 미생물 군집의 집단에 영향을 주는 생태학적 과정의 다양성
- Binu, M.
Lee, Yoo Kyung
Jonathan M. Adams
James C. Stegen
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- Binu, M., et al. 2017. Variations in Ecological Processes Influencing the Assembly of Bacterial Communities in Successional Environments. Federation of European Microbiological Societies (FEMS) 2017. venue. 2017.07.09~2017.07.13.
- Successional soil environments offer a model setting for understanding the ecological processes governing the assembly of microbial communities. As soil pH often changes during succession, this could be the main cause of the observed trends in bacterial community assembly and also influence the relative importance of stochastic and deterministic processes during succession. We tested this hypothesis by carrying out a meta-analysis of a range of different ecological successional environments with following question:
Is there a predictable change in bacterial community assembly process over successional time, regardless of differences in local environmental constraints (here soil pH)?
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- Federation of European Microbiological Societies (FEMS) 2017
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