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- Clairmont, Lindsey K., et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Rhizosphere 2019 v.9 pp. 56-68
- Enterococcus; Escherichia coli; Iris versicolor; Potamogeton natans; Salmonella; Veronica; anthropogenic activities; carbon; community structure; denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis; ecosystem services; environmental factors; fecal bacteria; functional properties; hydrochemistry; microbial communities; municipal wastewater; rhizoplane; rivers; roots; soil microorganisms; variance; wastewater treatment; water quality; wetland plants; wetlands; Ontario
- ... Two types of organisms that are vital to the ecosystem services provided by wetlands are plants and soil microorganisms, more specifically, the bacteria associated with the roots of wetland plants. In order to better understand the relationships between wetland plants and their associated microorganisms, we tested the hypothesis that the microbial rhizosphere and rhizoplane communities in wetland ...