The Saprotrophic Bacterial Complex in the Raised Peat Bogs of Western Siberia View Full Text


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2005-07

AUTHORS

A. V. Golovchenko, Yu. V. Sannikova, T. G. Dobrovol’skaya, D. G. Zvyagintsev

ABSTRACT

The population density of bacteria in peat deposits along the landscape profile of the Vasyugan Marsh has been found to be as high as tens of millions of CFU/g peat. The abundance and diversity of bacteria increased with depth within the peat deposit, correlating with an increasing level of peat degradation. Variations in these parameters with depth and season were greater in peat deposits located in transaccumulative and transitional positions than in the sedge-sphagnum bogs located at the eluvial region of the profile. In the upper 1-m-thick layer of the peat deposits studied, bacilli, represented by five species, dominated, whereas, in the deeper layers, spirilla and myxobacteria prevailed. These bacteria are major degraders of plant polymers. Unlike the bacterial communities found in the peat deposits of European Russia, the dominant taxa in the studied peat deposits of western Siberia are represented by bacteria resistant to extreme conditions. More... »

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471-476

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