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Use of mulberry-soybean intercropping in salt-alkali soil impacts the diversity of the soil bacterial community.

Li X, Sun M, Zhang H, Xu N, Sun G - Microb Biotechnol (2016)

Bottom Line: Most of Actinobacteria and Chloroflexi were found in intercropping samples, while Acidobacteria and Proteobacteria were present at a higher percentage in monoculture samples.The plant diversity of aboveground and microbial diversity of belowground was linked and soil pH seemed to influence the bacterial community.Finally, the specific plant species was the major factor that determined the bacterial community in the salt-alkali soils.

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Affiliation: College of Life Science, Northeast Forestry University, Harbin, 150040, China.

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Venn diagram showing the shared bacterial OTUs (at a distance of 0.03) in all soil samples. MM, mulberry monoculture; IM, intercropping mulberry; SM, soybean monoculture; IS, intercropping soybean.
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mbt212342-fig-0004: Venn diagram showing the shared bacterial OTUs (at a distance of 0.03) in all soil samples. MM, mulberry monoculture; IM, intercropping mulberry; SM, soybean monoculture; IS, intercropping soybean.

Mentions: Venn diagrams revealed that the sum of total observed OTUs in the four soil samples was 12 174 (Fig. 4), and 417 OTUs were common all of the soil samples. Moreover, the distribution of sequences demonstrated once again that each plant rhizosphere had its own microbial population.


Use of mulberry-soybean intercropping in salt-alkali soil impacts the diversity of the soil bacterial community.

Li X, Sun M, Zhang H, Xu N, Sun G - Microb Biotechnol (2016)

Venn diagram showing the shared bacterial OTUs (at a distance of 0.03) in all soil samples. MM, mulberry monoculture; IM, intercropping mulberry; SM, soybean monoculture; IS, intercropping soybean.
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mbt212342-fig-0004: Venn diagram showing the shared bacterial OTUs (at a distance of 0.03) in all soil samples. MM, mulberry monoculture; IM, intercropping mulberry; SM, soybean monoculture; IS, intercropping soybean.
Mentions: Venn diagrams revealed that the sum of total observed OTUs in the four soil samples was 12 174 (Fig. 4), and 417 OTUs were common all of the soil samples. Moreover, the distribution of sequences demonstrated once again that each plant rhizosphere had its own microbial population.

Bottom Line: Most of Actinobacteria and Chloroflexi were found in intercropping samples, while Acidobacteria and Proteobacteria were present at a higher percentage in monoculture samples.The plant diversity of aboveground and microbial diversity of belowground was linked and soil pH seemed to influence the bacterial community.Finally, the specific plant species was the major factor that determined the bacterial community in the salt-alkali soils.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: College of Life Science, Northeast Forestry University, Harbin, 150040, China.

No MeSH data available.