Advances in Microbial Ecology: Volume 16

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Lozupone, M. As a result, a more holistic understanding of freshwater habitats is emerging, alongside the critical roles microorganisms fulfill within them. Currently, developments in molecular microbial ecology are being utilized across the wider ecological research community; refining biomonitoring, redefining food webs, and examining ecological networks that would have previously omitted microbial taxa. The continued increase in multiple stressors acting on freshwaters ecosystems leads to growing challenges in environmental management, but with the latest generation of molecular tools at our disposal, the role microbial communities play in meeting and understanding these challenges will never be overlooked again.

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Please review our Terms and Conditions of Use and check box below to share full-text version of article. Abstract Microorganisms are ubiquitous and represent a taxonomically and functionally diverse component of freshwater environments of significant ecological importance. Figure 1 Open in figure viewer PowerPoint. Whether the study is observational, experimental, or routine biomonitoring, all approaches require the extraction and purification of biological molecules, such as DNA or RNA from the environment.

Approaches on the left require amplification of specific genes via PCR, whereas approaches on the right do not require a target, and are conducted on the entire pool of nucleic acids. Figure 2 Open in figure viewer PowerPoint. They discovered four distinct phylogenetic clades of anammox bacteria that differed markedly in relative abundance across the different riverbed geologies. Notably, they found that phosphate uptake genes were differentially expressed according to the source of phosphate, and time of day.

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