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Bacterial succession on decomposing leaf litter exhibits a specific occurrence pattern of cellulolytic taxa and potential decomposers of fungal mycelia.
The decomposition of dead plant biomass contributes to the carbon cycle and is one of the key processes in temperate forests. While fungi in litter decomposition drive the chemical changes occurringExpand
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Fungi associated with decomposing deadwood in a natural beech-dominated forest
Abstract Deadwood represents a specific habitat of particular importance in natural, unmanaged forests where wood is not harvested. Here, we characterized the basic wood chemistry, enzyme activity,Expand
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Bacteria associated with decomposing dead wood in a natural temperate forest
ABSTRACT Dead wood represents an important pool of organic matter in forests and is one of the sources of soil formation. It has been shown to harbour diverse communities of bacteria, but their rolesExpand
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A meta-analysis of global fungal distribution reveals climate-driven patterns
The evolutionary and environmental factors that shape fungal biogeography are incompletely understood. Here, we assemble a large dataset consisting of previously generated mycobiome data linked toExpand
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Cellulase−Hemicellulase Activities and Bacterial Community Composition of Different Soils from Algerian Ecosystems
Soil microorganisms are important mediators of carbon cycling in nature. Although cellulose- and hemicellulose-degrading bacteria have been isolated from Algerian ecosystems, the information on theExpand
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Oral Microbiota Composition and Antimicrobial Antibody Response in Patients with Recurrent Aphthous Stomatitis
Recurrent aphthous stomatitis (RAS) is the most common disease of the oral mucosa, and it has been recently associated with bacterial and fungal dysbiosis. To study this link further, we investigatedExpand
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GlobalFungi: Global database of fungal records from high-throughput-sequencing metabarcoding studies
Fungi are key players in vital ecosystem services, spanning carbon cycling, decomposition, symbiotic associations with cultural and wild plants and pathogenicity. The high importance of fungi in theExpand
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GlobalFungi, a global database of fungal occurrences from high-throughput-sequencing metabarcoding studies
Fungi are key players in vital ecosystem services, spanning carbon cycling, decomposition, symbiotic associations with cultivated and wild plants and pathogenicity. The high importance of fungi inExpand
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Long-term decomposition of litter in the montane forest and the definition of fungal traits in the successional space
Abstract Litter input is an important source of C and nutrients in forest soils that are liberated and utilized during decomposition. We have investigated the long-term decomposition of Picea abiesExpand
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