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Microbial Ecology

Print ISSN
0095-3628
Electronic ISSN
1432-184X
Impact factor
2.875
Publisher
springer
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http://www.springerlink.com/content/0095-3628/
Usage rank
1362
Article count
1489
Free count
158
Free percentage
0.106111
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Metapress, Rcgp, CSA, Ingenta, Springer, Proquest, Jstor, and Gale

  1. Successional change in microbial communities of benthic phormidium-dominated biofilms.

    Microbial Ecology 69(2):254 (2015) PMID 25467742

    Benthic cyanobacterial blooms are increasing worldwide and can be harmful to human and animal health if they contain toxin-producing species. Microbial interactions are important in the formation of benthic biofilms and can lead to increased dominance and/or toxin production of one or few taxa. This...
  2. Effects of light and autochthonous carbon additions on microbial turnover of allochthonous organic carbon and community composition.

    Microbial Ecology 69(2):361 (2015) PMID 25515425

    We therefore tested if light and autochthonous DOC additions would increase allochthonous DOC decomposition rates and change bacterial growth efficiencies and community composition (BCC). We established continuous growth cultures with different inocula of natural bacterial communities and alder leaf...
  3. Influence of Dissolved Organic Matter and Invertebrates on the Function of Microbial Films in Groundwater.

    Microbial Ecology 58(4):968 (2009) PMID 19756848

  4. A New Era for

    Microbial Ecology 33(1):1 (1997)

  5. Comparative analysis of the intestinal bacterial communities in different species of carp by pyrosequencing.

    Microbial Ecology 69(1):25 (2015) PMID 25145494

    We compared the bacterial communities harboured in the intestines and in the rearing water of grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idellus), crucian carp (Carassius cuvieri), and bighead carp (Hypophthalmichthys nobilis), by using 454-pyrosequencing with barcoded primers targeting the V4 to V5 regions of th...
  6. Effects of farmhouse hotel and paper mill effluents on bacterial community structures in sediment and surface water of Nanxi River, China.

    Microbial Ecology 68(4):773 (2014) PMID 25008983

    The pyrosequencing technique was used to evaluate bacterial community structures in sediment and surface water samples taken from Nanxi River receiving effluents from a paper mill and a farmhouse hotel, respectively. For each sample, 4,610 effective bacterial sequences were selected and used to do t...
  7. Distribution of naphthalene dioxygenase genes in crude oil-contaminated soils.

    Microbial Ecology 68(4):785 (2014) PMID 25008984

    Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) are one of the major pollutants in soils in oil exploring areas. Biodegradation is the major process for natural elimination of PAHs from contaminated soils. Functional genes can be used as biomarkers to assess the biodegradation potential of indigenous microb...
  8. Corrosion of iron by iodide-oxidizing bacteria isolated from brine in an iodine production facility.

    Microbial Ecology 68(3):519 (2014) PMID 24863130

    These results strongly suggested the involvement of IOBs in the corrosion of the carbon steel pipes. Of the six bacterial strains isolated from a brine sample, four were capable of oxidizing iodide ion (I(-)) into molecular iodine (I(2)), and these strains were further phylogenetically classified in...
  9. Characterization of aid1, a novel gene involved in Fusobacterium nucleatum interspecies interactions.

    Microbial Ecology 68(2):379 (2014) PMID 24643713 PMCID PMC4104215

    We describe a novel protein encoded by the predicted open reading frame FN1253 that appears to play a role in interspecies interactions of F. nucleatum, particularly with oral streptococci and related Gram-positive species. We designated FN1253 as aid1 (Adherence Inducing Determinant 1). Expression...
  10. Longitudinal photosynthetic gradient in crust lichens' thalli.

    Microbial Ecology 67(4):888 (2014) PMID 24477924

    In order to evaluate the self-shading protection for inner photobionts, the photosynthetic activities of three crust lichens were detected using Microscope-Imaging-PAM. The false color images showed that longitudinal photosynthetic gradient was found in both the green algal lichen Placidium sp. and...