Bacterial Diversity in Three Different Antarctic Cold Desert Mineral Soils


A bacterial phylogenetic survey of three environmentally distinct Antarctic Dry Valley soil biotopes showed a high proportion of so-called “uncultured” phylotypes, with a relatively low diversity of identifiable phylotypes. Cyanobacterial phylotypic signals were restricted to the high-altitude sample, whereas many of the identifiable phylotypes, such as the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00248-006-9022-3

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