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Different pioneer plant species select specific rhizosphere bacterial communities in a high mountain environment
The rhizobacterial communities of 29 pioneer plants belonging to 12 species were investigated in an alpine ecosystem to assess if plants from different species could select for specific rhizobacterial communities. Rhizospheres ...
The differentiation of anthropogenous forest communities: a synsystematical approach
Purely man-made deciduous and coniferous forests dominated by native as well as non-native tree species cover large areas in Central Europe. Although there is a long tradition and continuity in phytosociology to study flora ...
Spatial and temporal variability of bacterial communities in high alpine water spring sediments
Water springs are complex, fragile and taxa-rich environments, especially in highly dynamic ecosystems such as glacier forefields experiencing glacier retreat. Bacterial communities are important actors in alpine water ...