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Interspecific variation of the bacterial community structure in the Phyllosphere of the three major plant components of mangrove forests. Repositório Alice
DIAS, A. C. F.; TAKETANI, R. G.; ANDREOTE, F. D.; LUVIZOTTO, D. M.; SILVA, J. L. da; NASCIMENTO, R. dos S.; MELO, I. S. de.
ABSTRACT: Mangrove forests encompass a group of trees species that inhabit the intertidal zones, where soil is characterized by the high salinity and low availability of oxygen. The phyllosphere of these trees represent the habitat provided on the aboveground parts of plants, supporting in a global scale, a large and complex microbial community. The structure of phyllosphere communities reflects immigration, survival and growth of microbial colonizers, which is influenced by numerous environmental factors in addition to leaf physical and chemical properties. Here, a combination of culture-base methods with PCR-DGGE was applied to test whether local or plant specific factors shape the bacterial community of the phyllosphere from three plant species...
Tipo: Separatas Palavras-chave: Culture-independent profiling; Plant genotype; Surface leaves; Mangue; Bactéria; Planta; Phyllosphere; Mangrove forests.
Ano: 2012 URL: http://www.alice.cnptia.embrapa.br/alice/handle/doc/942708
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Interspecific variation of the bacterial community structure in the phyllosphere of the three major plant components of mangrove forests BJM
Dias,Armando Cavalcante Franco; Taketani,Rodrigo Gouveia; Andreote,Fernando Dini; Luvizotto,Danice Mazzer; Silva,João Luis da; Nascimento,Rosely dos Santos; Melo,Itamar Soares de.
Mangrove forests encompass a group of trees species that inhabit the intertidal zones, where soil is characterized by the high salinity and low availability of oxygen. The phyllosphere of these trees represent the habitat provided on the aboveground parts of plants, supporting in a global scale, a large and complex microbial community. The structure of phyllosphere communities reflects immigration, survival and growth of microbial colonizers, which is influenced by numerous environmental factors in addition to leaf physical and chemical properties. Here, a combination of culture-base methods with PCR-DGGE was applied to test whether local or plant specific factors shape the bacterial community of the phyllosphere from three plant species (Avicenia...
Tipo: Info:eu-repo/semantics/article Palavras-chave: Culture-independent profiling; Plant genotype; Surface leaves.
Ano: 2012 URL: http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1517-83822012000200030
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