Bacterial community in alpine grasslands along an altitudinal gradient on the Tibetan Plateau.

@article{Yuan2014BacterialCI,
  title={Bacterial community in alpine grasslands along an altitudinal gradient on the Tibetan Plateau.},
  author={Yanli Yuan and Guicai Si and Jian Wang and Tianxiang Luo and Gengxin Zhang},
  journal={FEMS microbiology ecology},
  year={2014},
  volume={87 1},
  pages={121-32}
}
The Tibetan Plateau, 'the third pole', is a region that is very sensitive to climate change. A better understanding of response of soil microorganisms to climate warming is important to predict soil organic matter preservation in future scenario. We selected a typically altitudinal gradient (4400 m-5200 m a.s.l) along south-facing slope of Nyainqentanglha Mountains on central Tibetan Plateau. Bacterial communities were investigated using terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism… CONTINUE READING

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