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High diversity of fungi may mitigate the impact of pollution on plant litter decomposition in streams

Microbial Ecology

Apr 30, 2008

Sofia DuarteFernanda Cássio

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We investigated how a community of microbial decomposers adapted to a reference site responds to a sudden decrease in the water quality. For that, we assessed the activity and diversity of fungi and bacteria on decomposing leaves that were transplanted from a reference (E1) to a pollute...read more

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Anguillospora filiformis
Sporulation
Filamentous fungus
Streams
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Bioremediation
Microbial
Lunulospora curvula
Fungi
Plant Leaves
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High diversity of fungi may mitigate the impact of pollution on plant litter decomposition in streams

Microbial Ecology

Apr 30, 2008

Sofia DuarteFernanda Cássio

PMID: 18443846

DOI: 10.1007/s00248-008-9388-5

Abstract

We investigated how a community of microbial decomposers adapted to a reference site responds to a sudden decrease in the water quality. For that, we assessed the activity and diversity of fungi and bacteria on decomposing leaves that were transplanted from a reference (E1) to a pollute...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Anguillospora filiformis
Sporulation
Filamentous fungus
Streams
Contrast Used
Bioremediation
Microbial
Lunulospora curvula
Fungi
Plant Leaves

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Applied and Environmental MicrobiologySeptember 4, 2004
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Paper Details
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  • Citations23
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  • References11
  • Citations23
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