Altitudinal Distribution Patterns of Soil Bacterial and Archaeal Communities Along Mt. Shegyla on the Tibetan Plateau

@article{Wang2014AltitudinalDP,
  title={Altitudinal Distribution Patterns of Soil Bacterial and Archaeal Communities Along Mt. Shegyla on the Tibetan Plateau},
  author={Jun-Tao Wang and Peng Cao and Hangwei Hu and Jing Li and Li-Li Han and Li-Mei Zhang and Yuan-ming Zheng and Ji-Zheng He},
  journal={Microbial Ecology},
  year={2014},
  volume={69},
  pages={135-145}
}
Unraveling the distribution patterns of plants and animals along the elevational gradients has been attracting growing scientific interests of ecologists, whether the microbial communities exhibit similar elevational patterns, however, remains largely less documented. Here, we investigate the biogeographic distribution of soil archaeal and bacterial communities across three vertical climate zones (3,106–4,479 m.a.s.l.) in Mt. Shegyla on the Tibetan Plateau, by combining quantitative PCR and… CONTINUE READING
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