Changes in methane oxidation activity and methanotrophic community composition in saline alkaline soils View Full Text


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2014-03-18

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Nancy Serrano-Silva, César Valenzuela-Encinas, Rodolfo Marsch, Luc Dendooven, Rocio J. Alcántara-Hernández

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The soil of the former Lake Texcoco is a saline alkaline environment where anthropogenic drainage in some areas has reduced salt content and pH. Potential methane (CH4) consumption rates were measured in three soils of the former Lake Texcoco with different electrolytic conductivity (EC) and pH, i.e. Tex-S1 a >18 years drained soil (EC 0.7 dS m−1, pH 8.5), Tex-S2 drained for ~10 years (EC 9.0 dS m−1, pH 10.3) and the undrained Tex-S3 (EC 84.8 dS m−1, pH 10.3). An arable soil from Alcholoya (EC 0.7 dS m−1, pH 6.7), located nearby Lake Texcoco was used as control. Methane oxidation in the soil Tex-S1 (lowest EC and pH) was similar to that in the arable soil from Alcholoya (32.5 and 34.7 mg CH4 kg−1 dry soil day−1, respectively). Meanwhile, in soils Tex-S2 and Tex-S3, the potential CH4 oxidation rates were only 15.0 and 12.8 mg CH4 kg−1 dry soil day−1, respectively. Differences in CH4 oxidation were also related to changes in the methane-oxidizing communities in these soils. Sequence analysis of pmoA gene showed that soils differed in the identity and number of methanotrophic phylotypes. The Alcholoya soil and Tex-S1 contained phylotypes grouped within the upland soil cluster gamma and the Jasper Ridge, California JR-2 clade. In soil Tex-S3, a phylotype related to Methylomicrobiumalcaliphilum was detected. More... »

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561-571

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