Output ID:  19904278384
Category:  期刊论文
Journal Article Title:  :  Variations in the bacterial community compositions at different sites in the tomb of Emperor Yang of the Sui Dynasty
Abstract:  To fully understand the bacterial processes in tomb environments, it is necessary to investigate the details of the bacterial communities present under such oligotrophic conditions. Here, high -throughput sequencing based on partial 16S rRNA gene sequences was used to fully evaluate the bacterial communities at different sites in the tomb of Emperor Yang of the Sui Dynasty. We also aimed to identify the soil factors that were significant related to bacterial diversity and community composition. The results showed the presence of a broad taxonomic diversity that included nine major phyla. Actinobacteria, Firmicutes and Proteobacteria dominated the bacterial profiles in all tomb soil samples. However, significant differences between deposited soils (DS) and covering soils (CSA, CSB and CSC) were revealed by chemistry -based principal component analysis (PCA), the number of OTUs, and the Chao 1 and Shannon indexes. At the family level, hierarchically clustered heatmap and LefSe analyses...
Keywords:  Bacterial community; Tomb; Actinobacteria; Emperor Yang of the Sui Dynasty; High-throughput sequencing 
Authors:  Huang, Zhi; Zhao, Fei; Li, Yonghui; Zhang, Jianwei; Feng, Youzhi
Journal Name:  Microbiological Research 
Status:  Published
Publication Date/Period:  2017 
Volume No.:  196 
Pages:  26-33 
DOI:  10.1016/j.micres.2016.12.004
Times Cited:  8
Funding:  National Nature Science Foundation of ChinaNational Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) [41101229, 41201251, 51478103]; Natural Science Foundation of Jiangsu ProvinceNatural Science Foundation of Jiangsu Province [BK20161424]
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