Terroir is a key driver of seed-associated microbial assemblages.

@article{Klaedtke2016TerroirIA,
  title={Terroir is a key driver of seed-associated microbial assemblages.},
  author={Stephanie Klaedtke and M. A. Jacques and Lorenzo Raggi and Anne Pr{\'e}veaux and Sophie Bonneau and Valeria Negri and V{\'e}ronique Chable and Matthieu Barret},
  journal={Environmental microbiology},
  year={2016},
  volume={18 6},
  pages={1792-804}
}
Seeds have evolved in association with diverse microbial assemblages that may influence plant growth and health. However, little is known about the composition of seed-associated microbial assemblages and the ecological processes shaping their structures. In this work, we monitored the relative influence of the host genotypes and terroir on the structure of the seed microbiota through metabarcoding analysis of different microbial assemblages associated to five different bean cultivars harvested… CONTINUE READING
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