Network topology reveals high connectance levels and few key microbial genera within soils

@inproceedings{Lupatini2014NetworkTR,
  title={Network topology reveals high connectance levels and few key microbial genera within soils},
  author={Manoeli Lupatini and Afnan Khalil Ahmad Suleiman and Rodrigo Josemar Seminoti Jacques and Zaida In{\^e}s Antoniolli and Ad{\~a}o de Siqueira Ferreira and Eiko E Kuramae and Luiz Fernando W{\"u}rdig Roesch},
  booktitle={Front. Environ. Sci.},
  year={2014}
}
*Correspondence: Luiz F. W. Roesch, Centro Interdisciplinar de Pesquisas em Biotecnologia (CIP-Biotec), Universidade Federal do Pampa, Avenida Antonio Trilha, 1847, São Gabriel, RS 97300-000, Brazil e-mail: luizroesch@unipampa.edu.br Microbes have a central role in soil global biogeochemical process, yet specific microbe–microbe relationships are largely unknown. Analytical approaches as network analysis may shed new lights in understanding of microbial ecology and environmental microbiology… CONTINUE READING
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