May 16, 2019

Today’s digest includes the microbial communities of fruit peels, bacterial crude oil degradation, and the gut microbiome of sea cucumbers. Enjoy!

Pregnancy and early life

Preprint: Interactions between the gut microbiome and mucosal immunoglobulins A, M and G in the developing infant gut – Janzon – BioRxiv

Human gut microbiome

Evolution of the gut microbiome following acute HIV-1 infection – Rocafort – Microbiome

Animal microbiome

Evaluation of the Function of Wild Animal Gut Microbiomes Using Next-Generation Sequencing and Bioinformatics and its Relevance to Animal Conservation – Yao – Evolutionary Bioinformatics

High-throughput sequencing of 16S rRNA amplicons characterizes gut microbiota shift of juvenile sea cucumber Apostichopus japonicus feeding with three antibiotics – Zhao – Journal of Oceanology and Limnology

Plant, root, and soil microbiome

Contrasting patterns and drivers of soil fungal communities in subtropical deciduous and evergreen broadleaved forests – Chen – Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology

Evaluation of microbial communities in peels of Brazilian tropical fruits by amplicon sequence analysis – Cruz – Brazilian Journal of Microbiology

Assembly mechanisms of soil bacterial communities in subalpine coniferous forests on the Loess Plateau, China – Zhao – Journal of Microbiology

Evaluating the effects of canine urine on urban soil microbial communities – Lee – Urban Ecosystems

Methane emission and soil microbial communities in early rice paddy as influenced by urea-N fertilization – Liu – Plant and Soil

Rhizosphere carbon supply accelerates soil organic matter decomposition in the presence of fresh organic substrates – Jackson – Plant and Soil

The relative contributions of pH, organic anions, and phosphatase to rhizosphere soil phosphorus mobilization and crop phosphorus uptake in maize/alfalfa polyculture – Sun – Plant and Soil

Diversity of anammox bacteria and abundance of functional genes for nitrogen cycling in the rhizosphere of submerged macrophytes in a freshwater lake in summer – Zhao – Journal of Soils and Sediments

Direct and indirect effects of elevated CO2 and nitrogen addition on soil microbial communities in the rhizosphere of Bothriochloa ischaemum – Xiao – Journal of Soils and Sediments

Rhizocompartments and environmental factors affect microbial composition and variation in native plants – Kang – Journal of Microbiology

The inhibitory effect of cadmium and/or mercury on soil enzyme activity, basal respiration, and microbial community structure in coal mine–affected agricultural soil – Zheng – Annals of Microbiology

Water and extremophile microbiome

Preprint: Metabolic Architecture of the Deep Ocean Microbiome – Acinas – BioRxiv

Production of Current by Syntrophy Between Exoelectrogenic and Fermentative Hyperthermophilic Microorganisms in Heterotrophic Biofilm from a Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Chimney – Pillot – Microbial Ecology

A glimpse of the prokaryotic diversity of the Large Aral Sea reveals novel extremophilic bacterial and archaeal groups – Shurigin – MicrobiologyOpen

Molecular analyses of bacterioplankton communities with highly abundant Vibrio clades: a case study in Bohai Sea coastal waters – Wang – Journal of Oceanology and Limnology

Archaeal communities in the deep-sea sediments of the South China Sea revealed by Illumina high-throughput sequencing – Li – Annals of Microbiology

Bacterial succession and co‐occurrence patterns of an enriched marine microbial community during light crude oil degradation in a batch reactor – Uribe‐Flores – Journal of Applied Microbiology

Microbial assemblages reflect environmental heterogeneity in alpine streams – Hotaling – Global Change Biology

Food microbiology

Bacterial community dynamics in lait caillé, a traditional product of spontaneous fermentation from Senegal – Groenenboom – PLoS One

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