July 30, 2015

Correct vocabulary of microbiome research, microbiome during mosquito development, microbes on Granada’s Royal Chapel stone, and microbes in Atacama desert.

General microbiome

About the proper use of “16S”, “microbiome”, and “microbiota”, and why “microflora” is not correct. Note Elies: But “microbiota” is a plant too!
The vocabulary of microbiome research: a proposal – Julian R. Marchesi – Microbiome

Human oral microbiome

Host response mechanisms in periodontal diseases – Nora Silva – Journal of Applied Oral Science

Human respiratory microbiome

The airway microbiome in patients with severe asthma: Associations with disease features and severity – Yvonne J. Huang – The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology

Human gastric microbiome

The Evolution of Stomach Acidity and Its Relevance to the Human Microbiome – DeAnna E. Beasley – PLOS ONE

Microbiome models

Network analysis of temporal functionalities of the gut induced by perturbations in new-born piglets – Nirupama Benis – BMC Genomics

Animal microbiome

Developmental succession of the microbiome of Culex mosquitoes – Dagne Duguma – BMC Microbiology

Review: The Microbiome: The Trillions of Microorganisms That Maintain Health and Cause Disease in Humans and Companion Animals – A. Rodrigues Hoffmann – Veterinary Pathology

Plant, root, and soil microbiome

Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi affect plant community structure under various nutrient conditions and stabilize the community productivity – Gaowen Yang – Oikos

Complementarity in both plant and mycorrhizal fungal communities are not necessarily increased by diversity in the other – Cameron Wagg – Journal of Ecology

Diversity of endophytic and rhizoplane bacterial communities associated with exotic Spartina alterniflora and native mangrove using Illumina amplicon sequencing
Youwei Hong – Canadian Journal of Microbiology

Genetic analysis reveals diversity and genetic relationship among Trichoderma isolates from potting media, cultivated soil and uncultivated soil – Abdullah M. Al-Sadi – BMC Microbiology

Mineralogy: Geochemical evidence of microbial activity within ooids – Mara R. Diaz – Sedimentology

Phylogenetic Diversity of Diazotrophs along an Experimental Nutrient Gradient in Mangrove Sediments – Isabel C. Romero – Journal of Marine Science and Engineering

Inexplicable Arsenic: Human Dimensions of Soil, Water, Food and Microbial
Resources – Ramakrishnan B – Journal of Environmetnal and Analytical Toxicology

Water microbiome

Structure of the archaeal community in the Black Sea photic zone – A. Y. Merkel – Microbiology

Review: Bridging the gap between omics and earth system science to better understand how environmental change impacts marine microbes – Thomas Mock – Global Change Microbiology

Extremophiles

Bacterial Diversity in Microbial Mats and Sediments from the Atacama Desert – Maria Cecilia Rasuk – Microbial Ecology

Thesis: Microbial Ecology, Biogeochemistry, and Signatures of Life at Low Temperature in Arctic Thermokarst Lake Sediments and High Sierra Snow Fields – Matheus Carnevali, Paula B – University of Nevada, Reno

Waste and built environment microbiology

Temporal and Spatial Stability of Ammonia-Oxidizing Archaea and Bacteria in Aquarium Biofilters – Samik Bagchi – PLOS ONE

Molecular Tools for Monitoring the Ecological Sustainability of a Stone Bio-Consolidation Treatment at the Royal Chapel, Granada – Fadwa Jroundi – PLOS ONE

Seasonal Variation on Microbial Community and Methane Production during Anaerobic Digestion of Cattle Manure in Brazil – Juliana Alves Resende – Microbial Ecology

Metagenomics and bioinformatics

deFUME: Dynamic exploration of functional metagenomic sequencing data – Eric van der Helm – BMC Research Notes

Microbial Ecology

An Economic Framework of Microbial Trade – Joshua Tasoff – PLOS ONE

Microbes in the news

Kingdoms are so 20th century: The tree of life gets a makeover: Schoolroom kingdoms are taking a backseat to life’s supergroups – Susan Milius – Science News

Soil-Dwelling Fungus Rode Joplin Tornado to Unexpected Human Home – Jennifer Frazer – Scientific American

Agave extracts show ability to shift gut microbiota: Ingredion study – Stephen DANIELLS – Nutraingredients

Bacterial Find Sheds Light on Digestive Issues, Diabetes, Obesity – American Crystallographic Association

Water At Some Olympic Venues In Rio de Janeiro Reportedly Contain Virus Levels On Par With Raw Sewage – Brad Brooks and Jeny Barchfield – Huffington Post

LASA students developing bacteria to improve carbon monoxide detectors – Calily Bien – KXAN

Bik’s Picks

A tragic death leaves just four northern white rhinos living and little hope for the species – Rachel Feltman – Washington Post

‘Once in a Blue Moon’ Happens on Friday — Why? – Geoff Gaherty – Discovery

How did you get that job: designing a parachute for NASA’s Mars rover – Elizabeth Lopatto – The Verge

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