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Industrial activated sludge exhibit unique bacterial community composition at high taxonomic ranks
Biological degradation of domestic and industrial wastewater by activated sludge depends on a common process of separation of the diverse self-assembled and self-sustained microbial flocs from the treated wastewater. ...
Bacterial Biofilms Formed in Arsenic-containing Water: Bacterial Community Characterization
(IWA Publishing, 2016-01)
The present study approaches the analyses of structure and diversity of bacterial biofilms formed on different water distribution materials in the absence and in the presence of 5mg/L of As(V). Three commercial metals (cast ...
Bacterial communities associated with spherical Nostoc macrocolonies
(Frontiers Media S.A., 2019)
Copyright © 2019 Aguilar, Dorador, Vila and Sommaruga.Species of the genus Nostoc (Cyanobacteria) can form large colonies of up to several centimeters in diameter that may represent a unique habitat for bacteria in ...
Impact of sewage sludge on the soil bacterial communities by DNA microarray analysis
Sewage sludge has been used as organic manure to replace chemical fertilizer. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of doses of sewage sludge on the soil bacterial community by DNA microarray analysis. A microarray ...
Effect of bacterial inoculation, plant genotype and developmental stage on root-associated and endophytic bacterial communities in potato (Solanum tuberosum)
Beneficial bacteria interact with plants by colonizing the rhizosphere and roots followed by further spread through the inner tissues, resulting in endophytic colonization. The major factors contributing to these interactions ...
Rhizosphere bacterial community composition in wild and modern common bean.
(Hechos Microbiológicos, v. 5, n. 2, p. 156, 2014. Suplemento. Edição das Memorias do 22º Congreso Latinoamericano de Microbiologia e 4º Congreso Colombiano de Microbiologia, Cartagena, 2014. Ref. TLP-398., 2014)
Dynamics of cacti rhizosphere bacterial communities in the Brazilian semiarid climate.
(In: INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON MICROBIAL ECOLOGY, 15., 2014, Seoul. Proceedings... Wageningen: The International Society for Microbial Ecology (ISME), 2014., 2014)
Bacterial communities in the rhizosphere of Vitis vinifera L. cultivated under distinct agricultural practices in Argentina
Plants interact with a myriad of microbial cells in the rhizosphere, an environment that is considered to be important for plant development. However, the differential structuring of rhizosphere microbial communities due ...