Diversity of methanotrophs in Zoige wetland soils under both anaerobic and aerobic conditions.

@article{Yun2010DiversityOM,
  title={Diversity of methanotrophs in Zoige wetland soils under both anaerobic and aerobic conditions.},
  author={Juanli Yun and Anzhou Ma and Yaoming Li and Guoqiang Zhuang and Yanfen Wang and Hongxun Zhang},
  journal={Journal of environmental sciences},
  year={2010},
  volume={22 8},
  pages={1232-8}
}
Zoige wetland is one of the most important methane emission centers in China. The oxidation of methane in the wetland affects global warming, soil ecology and atmospheric chemistry. Despite their global significance, microorganisms that consume methane in Zoige wetland remain poorly characterized. In this study, we investigated methanotrophs diversity in soil samples from both anaerobic site and aerobic site in Zoige wetland using pmoA gene as a molecular marker. The cloning library was… CONTINUE READING

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