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Title: Co-occurrence patterns of litter decomposing communities in mangroves indicate a robust community resistant to disturbances.
Authors: TAKETANI, R. G.
MOITINHO, M. A.
MAUCHLINE, T.
MELO, I. S. de
Affiliation: RODRIGO GOUVEA TAKETANI, ESALQ-USP; MARTA ALVES MOUTINHO, ESALQ-USP; TIM H MAUCHLINE, Sustainable Agriculture Sciences - Rothamsted Research; ITAMAR SOARES DE MELO, CNPMA.
Date Issued: 2018
Citation: PeerJ, v. 6, 2018. Article e5710.
Description: Abstract: Background. Mangroves are important coastal ecosystems known for high photosynthetic productivity and the ability to support marine food chains through supply of dissolved carbon or particular organic matter. Most of the carbon found in mangroves is produced by its vegetation and is decomposed in root associated sediment. This process involves a tight interaction between microbial populations, litter chemical composition, and environmental parameters. Here, we study the complex interactions found during litter decomposition in mangroves by applying network analysis to metagenomic data.
Thesagro: Mangue
Planta
Decomposição
Bactéria
NAL Thesaurus: Mangrove forests
Metagenomics
Keywords: Litter decomposition
ISSN: 2167-8359
Language: en
DOI: https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.5710
Type of Material: Separatas
Access: openAccess
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