Short communication Bacterial community structure correlates with decomposition parameters along a Hawaiian precipitation gradient

@inproceedings{Schwartz2007ShortCB,
  title={Short communication Bacterial community structure correlates with decomposition parameters along a Hawaiian precipitation gradient},
  author={Egbert Schwartz and Karen L. Adair and Edward A G Schuur},
  year={2007}
}
We analyzed soil bacterial communities with terminal restriction fragment length polymorphisms (TRFLP) along a precipitation gradient on the Hawaiian island Maui where mean annual rainfall increases from 2200 to 5050mm. Principal component and cluster analysis of TRFLP patterns indicated there were only small differences in bacterial communities in soils receiving 2200–2750mm of rain annually but large changes in bacterial community structure occurred as annual precipitation exceeded 2750mm… CONTINUE READING
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