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- Ranjard, L., et al. Show all 23 Authors
- Environmental chemistry letters 2016 v.14 no.4 pp. 423-441
- air; biogeochemical cycles; ecological footprint; genetic variation; genomics; humans; metabolomics; microbial communities; microorganisms; proteomics; soil; transcriptomics; wastes
- ... To reduce the environmental footprint of human activities, the quality of environmental media such as water, soil and the atmosphere should be first assessed. Microorganisms are well suited for a such assessment because they respond fast to environmental changes, they have a huge taxonomic and genetic diversity, and they are actively involved in biogeochemical cycles. Here, we review microbiologic ...
- Ranjard, L., et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Applied and environmental microbiology 2010 v.76 no.21 pp. 7136-7143
- alfalfa; biogeochemical cycles; carbon; field experimentation; genes; microbial activity; microbial communities; nitrate reduction; nitrates; nitrogen; nutrients; plant residues; polymerase chain reaction; restriction fragment length polymorphism; soil; soil ecology; soil microorganisms; soil organic matter; temperature; wheat
- ... The incorporation of plant residues into soil not only represents an opportunity to limit soil organic matter depletion resulting from cultivation but also provides a valuable source of nutrients such as nitrogen. However, the consequences of plant residue addition on soil microbial communities involved in biochemical cycles other than the carbon cycle are poorly understood. In this study, we inve ...
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- Global ecology and biogeography 2011 v.20 no.4 pp. 641-652
- agricultural soils; vineyards; soil organic carbon; texture; microbial communities; DNA; soil quality; vineyard soils; microbial biomass; soil microorganisms; soil management; soil sampling; soil pH; soil texture; land use; climatic factors; biogeography; France
- ... Aim The spatial organization of soil microbial communities on large scales and the identification of environmental factors structuring their distribution have been little investigated. The overall objective of this study was to determine the spatial patterning of microbial biomass in soils over a wide extent and to rank the environmental filters most influencing this distribution. Location French ...