Charleton P. Thompson

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Viruses are highly abundant in temperate soils, ranging from 107 to 109 g−1, and outnumbering soil bacteria from 5- to over 1,000-fold. In order to determine the potential impacts of viruses on soil microbial communities, it is important to establish reliable methods for comparing changes in viral abundances within and across soil samples. The goals of this(More)
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