Land Use Type Significantly Affects Microbial Gene Transcription in Soil

@article{Nacke2014LandUT,
  title={Land Use Type Significantly Affects Microbial Gene Transcription in Soil},
  author={Heiko Nacke and Christiane Fischer and Andrea Th{\"u}rmer and Peter Meinicke and Rolf Daniel},
  journal={Microbial Ecology},
  year={2014},
  volume={67},
  pages={919-930}
}
Soil microorganisms play an essential role in sustaining biogeochemical processes and cycling of nutrients across different land use types. To gain insights into microbial gene transcription in forest and grassland soil, we isolated mRNA from 32 sampling sites. After sequencing of generated complementary DNA (cDNA), a total of 5,824,229 sequences could be further analyzed. We were able to assign nonribosomal cDNA sequences to all three domains of life. A dominance of bacterial sequences, which… CONTINUE READING
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