Bacterial and heterotrophic nanoflagellate densities and C-biomass estimates along an Alaskan tundra transect with prediction of respiratory CO2 efflux.

@article{Anderson2014BacterialAH,
  title={Bacterial and heterotrophic nanoflagellate densities and C-biomass estimates along an Alaskan tundra transect with prediction of respiratory CO2 efflux.},
  author={O. Roger Anderson},
  journal={The Journal of eukaryotic microbiology},
  year={2014},
  volume={61 1},
  pages={11-6}
}
Although tundra terrestrial ecology is significantly affected by global warming, we know relatively little about how eukaryotic microbial communities respond and how much microbial respiratory CO(2) may be released due to available organic nutrient sources in the permafrost melt. Prior research has shown a strong positive correlation between bacteria and fungi in some Arctic locales; this research focused on the relationships of terrestrial bacteria and heterotrophic nanoflagellates. The… CONTINUE READING
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