Contrasting Ecological Processes and Functional Compositions Between Intestinal Bacterial Community in Healthy and Diseased Shrimp

@article{Zhu2016ContrastingEP,
  title={Contrasting Ecological Processes and Functional Compositions Between Intestinal Bacterial Community in Healthy and Diseased Shrimp},
  author={Jinyong Zhu and Wenfang Dai and Qiongfen Qiu and Chunming Dong and Jinjie Zhang and Jinbo Xiong},
  journal={Microbial Ecology},
  year={2016},
  volume={72},
  pages={975-985}
}
Intestinal bacterial communities play a pivotal role in promoting host health; therefore, the disruption of intestinal bacterial homeostasis could result in disease. However, the effect of the occurrences of disease on intestinal bacterial community assembly remains unclear. To address this gap, we compared the multifaceted ecological differences in maintaining intestinal bacterial community assembly between healthy and diseased shrimps. The neutral model analysis shows that the relative… CONTINUE READING

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