Poplar phyllosphere harbors disparate isoprene-degrading bacteria

Volume: 115, Issue: 51, Pages: 13081 - 13086
Published: Nov 29, 2018
Abstract
The climate-active gas isoprene (2-methyl-1,3-butadiene) is released to the atmosphere in huge quantities, almost equaling that of methane, yet we know little about the biological cycling of isoprene in the environment. Although bacteria capable of growth on isoprene as the sole source of carbon and energy have previously been isolated from soils and sediments, no microbiological studies have targeted the major source of isoprene and examined...
Paper Details
Title
Poplar phyllosphere harbors disparate isoprene-degrading bacteria
Published Date
Nov 29, 2018
Volume
115
Issue
51
Pages
13081 - 13086
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