Biogeographic patterns of microbial co-occurrence ecological networks in six American forests

Volume: 148, Pages: 107897 - 107897
Published: Sep 1, 2020
Abstract
Rather than simple accumulation of individual populations, microorganisms in natural ecosystems form complex ecological networks that are critical to maintain ecosystem functions and services. Although various studies have examined the patterns of microbial community diversity and composition across spatial gradients, whether microbial co-occurrence relationships follow similar patterns remains an open question. In this study, we determined the...
Paper Details
Title
Biogeographic patterns of microbial co-occurrence ecological networks in six American forests
Published Date
Sep 1, 2020
Volume
148
Pages
107897 - 107897
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