Study Detail

TitleEvolutionary priority effects alter natural microbial compost community structure
Study TypeOther
Abstract 16S sequencing was used to study the adaptation of a soil microbiome to the addition of a focal species, Pseudomonas fluorescens that was either preadapted or not to the soil environment.The results indicate that community structure is shaped by evolutionary priority effects. N501f and N701r primers .. [more]
Description 16S sequencing was used to study the adaptation of a soil microbiome to the addition of a focal species, Pseudomonas fluorescens that was either preadapted or not to the soil environment.The results indicate that community structure is shaped by evolutionary priority effects. N501f and N701r primers .. [more]
Center NameUniversity of Liverpool