Soil bacterial diversity in a loblolly pine plantation: influence of ectomycorrhizas and fertilization.

  title={Soil bacterial diversity in a loblolly pine plantation: influence of ectomycorrhizas and fertilization.},
  author={David J. Burke and Annette M. Kretzer and Paul T. Rygiewicz and Mary A. Topa},
  journal={FEMS microbiology ecology},
  volume={57 3},
We studied the effect of ectomycorrhizas and fertilization on soil microbial communities associated with roots of 10-year-old loblolly pine. Ectomycorrhizas were identified using a combination of community terminal restriction fragment profiling and matching of individual terminal restriction fragments to those produced from ectomycorrhizal clones and sequences recovered from roots and sporocarps. Differences between bacterial communities were initially determined using cluster analysis on… CONTINUE READING

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