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Environmental filtering decreases with fish development for the assembly of gut microbiota

Environmental Microbiology

May 1, 2016

Qingyun YanJizhong Zhou

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Gut microbiota typically occupy habitats with definable limits/borders that are comparable to oceanic islands. The gut therefore can be regarded as an 'island' for the assembly of microbial communities within the 'sea' of surrounding environments. This study aims to reveal the ecologica...read more

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Environmental filtering decreases with fish development for the assembly of gut microbiota

Environmental Microbiology

May 1, 2016

Qingyun YanJizhong Zhou

PMID: 27130138

DOI: 10.1111/1462-2920.13365

Abstract

Gut microbiota typically occupy habitats with definable limits/borders that are comparable to oceanic islands. The gut therefore can be regarded as an 'island' for the assembly of microbial communities within the 'sea' of surrounding environments. This study aims to reveal the ecologica...read more

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Environment
Phylogenetic Analysis
SLC25A1 gene
Phylogeny
Sequencing
Zebrafish
Microbiota (Procedure)
Microbial
9
2
1
95

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