Mikrobaközösségek metabolikus aktivitása és 16S rRNS gén alapú filogenetikai diverzitása kukorica monokultúra rizoszféra-talajban

Translated title of the contribution: Metabolic activity and 16S rRNA gene based phylogenetic diversity of soil bacterial communities in maize monoculture rhizosphere

Gergely Ujvári, A. Borsodi, Júlia Aszalós, Melinda Megyes, Márton Mucsi, Attila Szabó, K. Márialigeti

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The main aim of this study was to survey the genetic diversity and metabolic potential of soil bacterial communities of an unfertilized maize monoculture maintained in a long-term field experiment in Martonvásár, Hungary. During the research work, NGS and MicroResp™ techniques were used to study the microbial communities of one cultivated and one close-to-nature area. Based on the NGS results, the bacterial communities in samples taken from the tilled layer of the maize monoculture all clustered together, and were clearly separated from the group containing layers A and C of the control soil, while the sample from layer C of the maize monoculture diverged from all the others. The bacterial taxonomic diversity in the soils of the control area was no higher than in the cultivated soils. According to the MicroResp™ measurement, layer A of close-to-nature soils showed an outstanding extent of microbial activity. Samples from layer A of the maize monoculture showed a similar pattern of microbial activity, while layer C samples composed a distinct group. The results, thus indicated that the genetic diversity and metabolic potential of bacterial communities of cultivated soils included in this long-term field experiment differed greatly from those of close-to-nature samples.

Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)227-244
Number of pages18
JournalAgrokemia es Talajtan
Volume67
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Dec 1 2018

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Mikrobaközösségek metabolikus aktivitása és 16S rRNS gén alapú filogenetikai diverzitása kukorica monokultúra rizoszféra-talajban. / Ujvári, Gergely; Borsodi, A.; Aszalós, Júlia; Megyes, Melinda; Mucsi, Márton; Szabó, Attila; Márialigeti, K.

In: Agrokemia es Talajtan, Vol. 67, No. 2, 01.12.2018, p. 227-244.

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Ujvári, Gergely ; Borsodi, A. ; Aszalós, Júlia ; Megyes, Melinda ; Mucsi, Márton ; Szabó, Attila ; Márialigeti, K. / Mikrobaközösségek metabolikus aktivitása és 16S rRNS gén alapú filogenetikai diverzitása kukorica monokultúra rizoszféra-talajban. In: Agrokemia es Talajtan. 2018 ; Vol. 67, No. 2. pp. 227-244.
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