Habitat and indigenous gut microbes contribute to the plasticity of gut microbiome in oriental river prawn during rapid environmental change

@inproceedings{Chen2017HabitatAI,
  title={Habitat and indigenous gut microbes contribute to the plasticity of gut microbiome in oriental river prawn during rapid environmental change},
  author={Cheng-Yu Chen and Po-Cheng Chen and Francis Cheng-Hsuan Weng and Grace Tzun-Wen Shaw and Daryi Wang},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2017}
}
Growing evidence points out that the capacity of organisms to acclimate or adapt to new habitat conditions basically depends on their phenomic plasticity attributes, of which their gut commensal microbiota might be an essential impact factor. Especially in aquatic organisms, which are in direct and continual contact with the aquatic environment, the complex and dynamic microbiota have significant effects on health and development. However, an understanding of the relative contribution of… CONTINUE READING