Author(s): DeBruyn JM, Nixon LT, Fawaz MN, Johnson AM, Radosevich M
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Abstract Bacteria belonging to phylum Gemmatimonadetes comprise approximately 2\% of soil bacterial communities. However, little is known of their ecology due to a lack of cultured representation. Here we present evidence from biogeographical analyses and seasonal quantification of Gemmatimonadetes in soils, which suggests an adaptation to low soil moisture.
This article was published in Appl Environ Microbiol
and referenced in Journal of Nursing & Care