Bacillus subtilis attachment to Aspergillus niger hyphae results in mutually altered metabolism.

@article{Benoit2015BacillusSA,
  title={Bacillus subtilis attachment to Aspergillus niger hyphae results in mutually altered metabolism.},
  author={Isabelle Benoit and Marielle H van den Esker and Aleksandrina Patyshakuliyeva and Derek Joseph Mattern and Felix Blei and Miaomiao Zhou and Jan Dijksterhuis and Axel A. Brakhage and Oscar P. Kuipers and Ronald P de Vries and {\'A}kos T Kov{\'a}cs},
  journal={Environmental microbiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={17 6},
  pages={2099-113}
}
Interaction between microbes affects the growth, metabolism and differentiation of members of the microbial community. While direct and indirect competition, like antagonism and nutrient consumption have a negative effect on the interacting members of the population, microbes have also evolved in nature not only to fight, but in some cases to adapt to or support each other, while increasing the fitness of the community. The presence of bacteria and fungi in soil results in various interactions… CONTINUE READING
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