Local similarity analysis reveals unique associations among marine bacterioplankton species and environmental factors

@article{Ruan2006LocalSA,
  title={Local similarity analysis reveals unique associations among marine bacterioplankton species and environmental factors},
  author={Quansong Ruan and Debojyoti Dutta and Michael S. Schwalbach and Joshua A. Steele and Jed A. Fuhrman and Fengzhu Sun},
  journal={Bioinformatics},
  year={2006},
  volume={22 20},
  pages={2532-8}
}
MOTIVATION Characterizing the diversity of microbial communities and understanding the environmental factors that influence community diversity are central tenets of microbial ecology. The development and application of cultivation independent molecular tools has allowed for rapid surveying of microbial community composition at unprecedented resolutions and frequencies. There is a growing need to discern robust patterns and relationships within these datasets which provide insight into… CONTINUE READING
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