A Meta-Analysis of the Bacterial and Archaeal Diversity Observed in Wetland Soils

@article{Lv2014AMO,
  title={A Meta-Analysis of the Bacterial and Archaeal Diversity Observed in Wetland Soils},
  author={Xiaofei Lv and Junbao Yu and Yuqin Fu and Bin Ma and Fanzhu Qu and Kai Ning and Huifeng Wu},
  journal={The Scientific World Journal},
  year={2014},
  volume={2014}
}
This study examined the bacterial and archaeal diversity from a worldwide range of wetlands soils and sediments using a meta-analysis approach. All available 16S rRNA gene sequences recovered from wetlands in public databases were retrieved. In November 2012, a total of 12677 bacterial and 1747 archaeal sequences were collected in GenBank. All the bacterial sequences were assigned into 6383 operational taxonomic units (OTUs 0.03), representing 31 known bacterial phyla, predominant with… Expand
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