Diversity and ecological structure of vibrios in benthic and pelagic habitats along a latitudinal gradient in the Southwest Atlantic Ocean

@inproceedings{Tonon2015DiversityAE,
  title={Diversity and ecological structure of vibrios in benthic and pelagic habitats along a latitudinal gradient in the Southwest Atlantic Ocean},
  author={Luciane A. Chimetto Tonon and Bruno Sergio Silva and Ana P B Moreira and Cecilia Fern{\'a}ndez del Valle and Nelson Alves and Giselle S. Cavalcanti and Gizele D. Garcia and Rubens M. Lopes and Ronaldo Bastos Francini-Filho and Rodrigo Le{\~a}o de Moura and Cristiane Thompson and Fabiano Lopes Thompson},
  booktitle={PeerJ},
  year={2015}
}
We analyzed the diversity and population structure of the 775 Vibrio isolates from different locations of the southwestern Atlantic Ocean (SAO), including St. Peter and St. Paul Archipelago (SPSPA), Abrolhos Bank (AB) and the St. Sebastian region (SS), between 2005 and 2010. In this study, 195 novel isolates, obtained from seawater and major benthic organisms (rhodoliths and corals), were compared with a collection of 580 isolates previously characterized (available at www.taxvibrio.lncc.br… CONTINUE READING
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