Diagnostic microbial microarrays in soil ecology.

@article{Sessitsch2006DiagnosticMM,
  title={Diagnostic microbial microarrays in soil ecology.},
  author={Angela Sessitsch and Evelyn Hackl and Peter Wenzl and Andrzej Kilian and Tanja Kosti{\'c} and Nancy Stralis-Pavese and Bertrand Tankouo Sandjong and Levente Bodrossy},
  journal={The New phytologist},
  year={2006},
  volume={171 4},
  pages={
          719-35
        }
}
Soil microbial communities are responsible for important physiological and metabolic processes. In the last decade soil microorganisms have been frequently analysed by cultivation-independent techniques because only a minority of the natural microbial communities are accessible by cultivation. Cultivation-independent community analyses have revolutionized our understanding of soil microbial diversity and population dynamics. Nevertheless, many methods are still laborious and time-consuming, and… CONTINUE READING

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