The Taxonomic and Functional Diversity of Microbes at a Temperate Coastal Site: A ‘Multi-Omic’ Study of Seasonal and Diel Temporal Variation

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How microbial communities change over time in response to the environment is poorly understood. Previously a six-year time series of 16S rRNA V6 data from the Western English Channel demonstrated robust seasonal structure within the bacterial community, with diversity negatively correlated with day-length. Here we determine whether metagenomes and… (More)
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0015545

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@inproceedings{Gilbert2010TheTA, title={The Taxonomic and Functional Diversity of Microbes at a Temperate Coastal Site: A ‘Multi-Omic’ Study of Seasonal and Diel Temporal Variation}, author={Jack A. Gilbert and Dawn Field and P. Swift and Simon F. Thomas and Denise G. Cummings and Ben Temperton and Karen Dawn Weynberg and Susan M. Huse and Margaret H Hughes and Ian R Joint and Paul J. Somerfield and Martin M{\"{u}hling}, booktitle={PloS one}, year={2010} }