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From:Canadian Journal of Microbiology (Vol. 64, Issue 12) Peer-Reviewed
Bulk soil bacterial community structure and function respond to long-term organic and conventional agricultural managementUnderstanding how soil microbiomes respond to management is essential to maximizing soil health. We contrasted microbiomes in bulk soil under long-term organic and conventional management in a grain production setting....
From:PLoS ONE (Vol. 7, Issue 8) Peer-ReviewedAuthor(s): Matthew G. Bakker 1 , * , Zheng J. Tu 2 , James M. Bradeen 1 , Linda L. Kinkel 1 Introduction Current DNA sequencing capacity offers the opportunity to study microbial communities in unprecedented...
From:Ecology (Vol. 96, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedCitation Only
From:PLoS ONE (Vol. 8, Issue 2) Peer-Reviewed
Root Exudation of Phytochemicals in Arabidopsis Follows Specific Patterns That Are Developmentally Programmed and Correlate with Soil Microbial FunctionsAuthor(s): Jacqueline M. Chaparro 1 , Dayakar V. Badri 1 , Matthew G. Bakker 1 , Akifumi Sugiyama 2 , Daniel K. Manter 3 , Jorge M. Vivanco 1 , * Introduction Plants use root exudates as chemical cues to monitor...
From:PLoS ONE (Vol. 8, Issue 12) Peer-Reviewed
Subinhibitory Antibiotic Concentrations Mediate Nutrient Use and Competition among Soil StreptomycesThough traditionally perceived as weapons, antibiotics are also hypothesized to act as microbial signals in natural habitats. However, while subinhibitory concentrations of antibiotics (SICA) are known to shift...
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