Radioecological Risk Assessment of Low Selenium Concentrations through Genetic Fingerprints and Metabolic Profiling of Soil Bacterial Communities

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In a context of environmental risk assessment of nuclear 79Se radionuclide, the impact of low Se-selenite concentrations (0.008 and 8 mg kg−1) on bacterial communities of two soils, a silty clay loam and a sandy soil, was investigated over a 6-month incubation time. This Se-selenite was partially labelled with 75Se. The state of the Se-impacted bacterial… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00248-011-9831-x

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@article{ColinonDupuich2011RadioecologicalRA, title={Radioecological Risk Assessment of Low Selenium Concentrations through Genetic Fingerprints and Metabolic Profiling of Soil Bacterial Communities}, author={C{\'e}line Colinon-Dupuich and L. Fevrier and Lionel Ranjard and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Coppin and Beno{\^i}t Cournoyer and Sylvie Nazaret}, journal={Microbial Ecology}, year={2011}, volume={62}, pages={14-24} }