Phylogenetic diversity of archaea and bacteria in the anoxic zone of a meromictic lake (Lake Pavin, France).

@article{Lehours2007PhylogeneticDO,
  title={Phylogenetic diversity of archaea and bacteria in the anoxic zone of a meromictic lake (Lake Pavin, France).},
  author={Anne-Catherine Lehours and Paul E Evans and Corinne Bardot and Keith N. Joblin and Fonty G{\'e}rard},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={73 6},
  pages={2016-9}
}
The compositions of archaeal and bacterial populations at different depths (60 m [mixolimnion-chemocline interface], 70 m [chemocline-subchemocline interface], 90 m, and 92 m [the water-sediment interface]) in the anoxic zone of the water column in Lake Pavin, a freshwater permanently stratified mountain lake in France, were determined. Phylogenetic trees were constructed from sequences to assess archaeal and bacterial diversity at the four sites. 

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