A Multifactor Analysis of Fungal and Bacterial Community Structure in the Root Microbiome of Mature Populus deltoides Trees

@inproceedings{Shakya2013AMA,
  title={A Multifactor Analysis of Fungal and Bacterial Community Structure in the Root Microbiome of Mature Populus deltoides Trees},
  author={Migun Shakya and Neil R Gottel and Hector F. Castro and Zamin K. Yang and Lee E. Gunter and Jessy Labb{\'e} and Wellington Muchero and Gregory Bonito and Rytas J. Vilgalys and Gerald A. Tuskan and Mircea Podar and Christopher W. Schadt},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2013}
}
Bacterial and fungal communities associated with plant roots are central to the host health, survival and growth. However, a robust understanding of the root-microbiome and the factors that drive host associated microbial community structure have remained elusive, especially in mature perennial plants from natural settings. Here, we investigated relationships of bacterial and fungal communities in the rhizosphere and root endosphere of the riparian tree species Populus deltoides, and the… CONTINUE READING
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