Sugarcane monoculture drives microbial community composition, activity and abundance of agricultural-related microorganisms

  title={Sugarcane monoculture drives microbial community composition, activity and abundance of agricultural-related microorganisms},
  author={Muhammad Tayyab and Ziqi Yang and Caifang Zhang and Waqar Islam and Wenxiong Lin and Hua Zhang},
  journal={Environmental Science and Pollution Research},
  pages={48080 - 48096}
Sugarcane monoculture (SM) often leads to soil problems, like soil acidification, degradation, and soil-borne diseases, which ultimately pose a negative impact on agricultural productivity and sustainability. Understanding the change in microbial communities’ composition, activities, and functional microbial taxa associated with the plant and soil under SM is unclear. Using multidisciplinary approaches such as Illumina sequencing, measurements of soil properties, and enzyme activities, we… Expand
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