Phylogenetic diversity and vertical distribution of a halobacterial community in the atmosphere of an Asian dust (KOSA) source region, Dunhuang City

@article{Maki2008PhylogeneticDA,
  title={Phylogenetic diversity and vertical distribution of a halobacterial community in the atmosphere of an Asian dust (KOSA) source region, Dunhuang City},
  author={T. Maki and S. Susuki and F. Kobayashi and M. Kakikawa and M. Yamada and T. Higashi and B. Chen and G. Shi and C. Hong and Y. Tobo and H. Hasegawa and K. Ueda and Y. Iwasaka},
  journal={Air Quality, Atmosphere \& Health},
  year={2008},
  volume={1},
  pages={81-89}
}
The microbial communities transported by Asian desert dust (KOSA) events have attracted much attention as bioaerosols because the transported microorganisms are thought to influence the downwind ecosystems in Korea and Japan. We have analyzed bioaerosol samples collected at 10 and 800 m above the ground within the KOSA source area, Dunhuang City, China. The samples were studied by epifluorescent microscopy, revealing the presence of bacterial cells attached to mineral particles. The… Expand
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