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A Meta-Analysis of the Bacterial and Archaeal Diversity Observed in Wetland Soils
Rarefaction analysis indicated that approximately 40% of bacterial and 83% of archaeal diversity in wetland soils and sediments have been presented, which should be significant for well-understanding the microbial diversity involved in worldwide wetlands. Expand
Shifts in diversity and community structure of endophytic bacteria and archaea across root, stem and leaf tissues in the common reed, Phragmites australis, along a salinity gradient in a marine tidal
The results showed that the bacterial diversity in the roots was significantly higher than that in the leaves, whereas similar archaeal diversity was revealed for either plant tissues or tidal zones, implying that these two groups play different roles in coastal hydrophytes. Expand
Does the depletion of pentachlorophenol in root-soil interface follow a simple linear dependence on the distance to root surfaces?
It is suggested that root exudates induced modifications of microbial communities in the PCP contaminated rhizosphere and spatially modified the dominant species within these communities, resulting in the nonlinear PCP depletion pattern. Expand
Influences of anthropogenic cultivation on C, N and P stoichiometry of reed-dominated coastal wetlands in the Yellow River Delta
Motivated by the previous studies that indicated well-constrained carbon:nitrogen:phosphorus (C:N:P) ratios in planktonic biomass, and their importance to improve our understanding on the biologicalExpand
Dynamic simulation test of a model of ecological system security for a coastal tourist city
Abstract: This paper presents a model of an ecological security system for coastal tourism cities and performs a dynamic simulation test of it. Data for the coastal city of Dalian, China, coveringExpand
Bacterial community structure and function shift along a successional series of tidal flats in the Yellow River Delta
This study indicates that bacterial community structure changed along the successional tidal flat series and provides new insights on the characteristics of bacterial communities in coastal ecosystems. Expand
Liming does not counteract the influence of long-term fertilization on soil bacterial community structure and its co-occurrence pattern
It is indicated that liming did not counteract the effect of long-term fertilization on soil bacterial community structure and its co-occurrence pattern, hence cannot recuperate the soil microbial functionality that is changed by long- term fertilization. Expand
Genetic correlation network prediction of forest soil microbial functional organization
The global genetic correlation network highlights the functional organization in soil metagenomes and provides a resource for predicting gene functions, and is anticipated to be exploited to comprehensively decipher soil microbial community functions. Expand
Fractal features of soil particle size distribution in newly formed wetlands in the Yellow River Delta
Fractal analysis makes full use of soil PSD information, and offers a useful approach to quantify and assess the soil physical attributes in the newly formed wetland. Expand
Assessing adsorption of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons on Rhizopus oryzae cell wall components with water-methanol cosolvent model.
The present study proved the importance of fungal cell wall components in adsorption ofPAHs, and consequently the role of fungi in PAHs bioremediation. Expand