Presence of Nitrosospira cluster 2 bacteria corresponds to N transformation rates in nine acid Scots pine forest soils.

@article{Nugroho2005PresenceON,
  title={Presence of Nitrosospira cluster 2 bacteria corresponds to N transformation rates in nine acid Scots pine forest soils.},
  author={Rully Adi Nugroho and Wilfred F. M. R{\"o}ling and Anniet M. Laverman and H. Rik Zoomer and Herman A. Verhoef},
  journal={FEMS microbiology ecology},
  year={2005},
  volume={53 3},
  pages={473-81}
}
The relation between environmental factors and the presence of ammonia-oxidising bacteria (AOB), and its consequences for the N transformation rates were investigated in nine Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) forest soils. In general, the diversity in AOB appears to be strikingly low compared to other ecosystems. Nitrosospira cluster 2, as determined by temporal temperature gradient electrophoresis and sequencing, was the only sequence cluster detected in the five soils with high nitrification… CONTINUE READING

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