Taxonomic composition of denitrifying bacteria in soddy podzolic soil View Full Text


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DATE

2000-03

AUTHORS

N. A. Manucharova, T. G. Dobrovol’skaya, A. L. Stepanov

ABSTRACT

The taxonomic composition of denitrifying bacteria in soddy podzolic soil was studied by the succession analysis method. This method revealed a significant variation in the taxonomic composition of denitrifying microorganisms in the course of succession. In contrast to succession analysis, the single microbiological analysis of soil samples reflected only the late stage of succession and thus led to an underestimation of the major members of succession. Myxobacteria were found to be the most active denitrifiers at the early stages of succession, whereas bacilli dominated at its late stages. The bacilli were represented by three facultatively anaerobic species:Bacillus cereus, Bac. circulons, andBac. polymyxa. More... »

PAGES

234-237

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TITLE

Microbiology

ISSUE

2

VOLUME

69

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf02756206

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