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Volatile mediated interactions between bacteria and fungi in the soil

Journal of Chemical Ecology

Jun 2, 2012

Uta EffmertBirgit Piechulla

Abstract

Soil is one of the major habitats of bacteria and fungi. In this arena their interactions are part of a communication network that keeps microhabitats in balance. Prominent mediator molecules of these inter- and intraorganismic relationships are inorganic and organic microbial volatile ...read more

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Microorganism
Competitive Behavior, Microbial
Filamentous fungus
Bacterial Physiological Phenomena
Volatile Organic Compounds
Mediator of activation protein
Microbial
Columbidae
Fungi
Soil Microbiology
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Volatile mediated interactions between bacteria and fungi in the soil

Journal of Chemical Ecology

Jun 2, 2012

Uta EffmertBirgit Piechulla

PMID: 22653567

DOI: 10.1007/s10886-012-0135-5

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