Water management impacts on arsenic behavior and rhizosphere bacterial communities and activities in a rice agro-ecosystem.

@article{Das2016WaterMI,
  title={Water management impacts on arsenic behavior and rhizosphere bacterial communities and activities in a rice agro-ecosystem.},
  author={Suvendu Das and Mon-Lin Chou and J D Jean and C. Liu and Huai-Jen Yang},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2016},
  volume={542 Pt A},
  pages={642-52}
}
Although rice cultivated under water-saturated conditions as opposed to submerged conditions has received considerable attention with regard to reducing As levels in rice grain, the rhizosphere microbiome potentially influencing As-biotransformation and bioavailability in a rice ecosystem has rarely been studied. In this study, the impacts of flooded, non-flooded and alternate wetting and drying (AWD) practices on rhizosphere bacterial composition and activities that could potentially impact As… CONTINUE READING
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