Response of phyllosphere bacterial communities to elevated CO2 during rice growing season


The phyllosphere, the aerial parts of terrestrial plants, represents the largest biological interface on Earth. This habitat is colonized by diverse microorganisms that affect plant health and growth. However, the community structure of these phyllosphere microorganisms and their responses to environmental changes, such as rising atmospheric CO2, are poorly… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00253-014-5915-0


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