Bacterial communities estimated by pyrosequencing in the soils of chinampa, a traditional sustainable agro-ecosystem in Mexico

@article{EmbarcaderoJimnez2015BacterialCE,
  title={Bacterial communities estimated by pyrosequencing in the soils of chinampa, a traditional sustainable agro-ecosystem in Mexico},
  author={Salvador Embarcadero-Jim{\'e}nez and Flor Nohem{\'i} Rivera-Ordu{\~n}a and En Tao Wang},
  journal={Journal of Soils and Sediments},
  year={2015},
  volume={16},
  pages={1001-1011}
}
PurposeAs artificial islands created by accumulation of sediments and litters, chinampas formed a unique and sustainable agro-ecosystem. However, no investigation on the chinampa microbial communities has been reported. With the goal of revealing the soil bacterial communities in the chinampas and their changes influenced by environmental conditions, soils were sampled for determining their bacterial communities.Materials and methodsSoil samples were collected from a cultivated and an abandoned… Expand

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