Ecological succession reveals potential signatures of marine–terrestrial transition in salt marsh fungal communities

@article{DiniAndreote2016EcologicalSR,
  title={Ecological succession reveals potential signatures of marine–terrestrial transition in salt marsh fungal communities},
  author={Francisco Dini-Andreote and Victor Satler Pylro and Petr Baldrian and Jan Dirk van Elsas and Joana Falc{\~a}o Salles},
  journal={The ISME Journal},
  year={2016},
  volume={10},
  pages={1984-1997}
}
Marine-to-terrestrial transition represents one of the most fundamental shifts in microbial life. Understanding the distribution and drivers of soil microbial communities across coastal ecosystems is critical given the roles of microbes in soil biogeochemistry and their multifaceted influence on landscape succession. Here, we studied the fungal community dynamics in a well-established salt marsh chronosequence that spans over a century of ecosystem development. We focussed on providing high… CONTINUE READING
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