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Evaluating community-environment relationships along fine to broad taxonomic resolutions reveals evolutionary forces underlying community assembly

Lu, Hsiao-Pei1, Yeh, Yi-Chun1, Sastri, Akash2, Shiah, Fuh-Kwo3, Gong, Gwo-Ching4, Hsieh, Chih-hao1 1Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan University, 2Ocean Networks Canada, University of Victoria, 3Research Center for Environmental Changes, Academia Sinica, 4Institute of Marine
Posted On 06 10月 2015

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Links between structure and function of aquatic bacterial communities

Yokokawa, Taichi1, Matsui, Kazuaki2, Miki, Takeshi3 1JAMSTEC, 2Kinki University, 3National Taiwan University Bacterial community in aquatic environments plays important roles in processes of organic matter degradation and remineralization. Concern that the relationship between bacteri
Posted On 06 10月 2015

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Applications of nonlinear time series analysis to microbial ecology studies

Ushio, Masayuki1, Hsieh, Chih-hao2, Reiji, Masuda3, Michio, Kondoh1 1Ryukoku University, 2National Taiwan University, 3Kyoto University Microbial communities fundamentally drive ecosystem processes such as primary production and decomposition. However, mainly because of the high diver
Posted On 06 10月 2015

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Soil aggregate structure and its implications for microbial ecology: location and quality of substrates for heterotrophs

Wagai, Rota1, Maki, Asano2, Kajiura, Masako1 1National Institute for Agro-Environmental Sciences, 2University of Tsukuba Physical characteristics of ecosystem (e.g., temperature, pH and redox regimes) exert a first-order control on biota including microbial community. In terrestrial e
Posted On 06 10月 2015