Evaluation of Bacterial Diversity in Soil Microcosms at Different Moisture Contents View Full Text


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DATE

2001-11

AUTHORS

L. K. Alekhina, T. G. Dobrovol'skaya, T. N. Pochatkova, D. G. Zvyagintsev

ABSTRACT

The succession analysis of bacterial diversity in the A horizons (rich in organic matter) of three contrasting types of soil—burozem, soddy gley soil, and chernozem—showed that the bacterial diversity of soil microcosms in humid regions can be adequately evaluated only if soil samples are incubated at different soil moisture contents. A complete account of actinobacteria and proteobacteria requires the levels of soil moisture corresponding to the maximum capillary–sorption moisture and capillary moisture, respectively. The bacterial diversity, whose value was maximum on the 40th day of succession, was higher in soddy gley soil than in burozem. The taxonomic structures of the bacterial communities of these two types of soil were different. After wetting chernozem samples from arid regions, the soil bacterial community changed insignificantly with time and drastically differed from that of soils from humid regions. The difference in the bacterial diversity of soils was the most distinct when it was evaluated by measuring the proportion between proteobacteria and actinobacteria. More... »

PAGES

731-737

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TITLE

Microbiology

ISSUE

6

VOLUME

70

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