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Research center of Embrapa/Collection: Embrapa Meio Ambiente - Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE)
Date Issued: 2015
Type of Material: Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE)
Authors: BERG, G.
KRAUSE, R.
MENDES, R.
Additional Information: GABRIELE BERG, Graz University of Technology; ROBERT KRAUSE, Medical University of Graz; RODRIGO MENDES, CNPMA.
Title: Cross-kingdom similarities in microbiome ecology and biocontrol of pathogens.
Publisher: Frontiers in Microbiology, Lausanne, v. 6, 2015. Article 1311.
Language: en
Keywords: Ecological theories
Description: Abstract: The concept of "gut and root microbiota commonalities" was already presented by Ramírez-Puebla et al.(2013); they discussed a lot of similar functional traits, host-bacteria interactions as well as evolutionary trends but also several differences. Based on deeper insights obtained by omics technologies, Mendes and Raaijmakers (2015) recently presented their concept that the structure and function of rhizosphere and gut microbiomes showcross-kingdom similarities. In parallel, Hacquard et al. (2015) analyzed similarities of the microbiota composition across plant and animal kingdoms and found only little overlap comparing fish gut and plant root communities. They explained the differences by various start inoculants and abiotic, niche-specific factors. In this context, to establish concepts is pivotal in microbial ecology for the critical evaluation of the immense amount of data obtained by omics technologies, not only for conceptual work in microbial ecological theories(Prosseretal.,2007), but also for translational fields such as biocontrol of pathogens (Bergetal.,2013). Therefore, we would like to extend the concept of "cross-kingdom similarities" presented by Mendes and Raaijmakers (2015) to an ecological context, which is shared for host-associated microbiomes beyond the boundaries of their respective kingdoms. Finally, we discuss the impact and implications of microbiome ecology on biocontrol of pathogens in plants and in humans.
Thesagro: Rizosfera
População microbiana
Bactéria
Controle biológico
NAL Thesaurus: Microbiome
Biological control agents
Rhizosphere
Pathogens
Data Created: 2016-01-04
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