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Microbial modulation of soil ecosystem processes / Geertje, Van Keulen

Microbiology Today, Volume: 42, Issue: 2, Pages: 62 - 65

Swansea University Author: Geertje, Van Keulen

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Soils are teeming with micro-organisms. Estimates vary between thousands to millions of microbial ‘species’ per gram of soil, with particle numbers including phages totalling more than astronomical objects in the universe. The application of modern sequencing technologies to biomes means we know a l...

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Published: London Microbiology Society 2015
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description Soils are teeming with micro-organisms. Estimates vary between thousands to millions of microbial ‘species’ per gram of soil, with particle numbers including phages totalling more than astronomical objects in the universe. The application of modern sequencing technologies to biomes means we know a lot more about who is present in soils.
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