August 1, 2019

Happy Thursday! Today’s digest includes fungi abundance in paddy fields, the microbial quality of treated wastewater, and the oral microbiome of cats. Enjoy!

Animal microbiome

The feline cutaneous and oral microbiota are influenced by breed and environment – Older – PLoS One

Microbial community modulates growth of symbiotic fungus required for stingless bee metamorphosis – Paludo – PLoS One

Preprint: Effects of the copper IUD on composition of the vaginal microbiota in the olive baboon – Eastman – bioRxiv

Plant, root, and soil microbiome

Nitrogen fertilization altered arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi abundance and soil erosion of paddy fields in the Taihu Lake region of China – Zhang – Environmental Science and Pollution Research

Reconciling disparate responses to grazing in the arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis – van Der Heyde – Rhizosphere

Redox-driven shifts in soil microbial community structure in the drawdown zone after construction of the Three Gorges Dam – Wang – Soil Ecology Letters

Water and extremophile microbiome

Biomarker Profiling of Microbial Mats in the Geothermal Band of Cerro Caliente, Deception Island (Antarctica): Life at the Edge of Heat and cold – Lezcano – Astrobiology

Microbial diversity analysis and screening for novel xylanase enzymes from the sediment of the Lobios Hot Spring in Spain – Knapik – Scientific Reports

Built environment

How does urban wastewater treatment affect the microbial quality of treated wastewater? – Lopez – Process Safety and Environmental Protection

Identifying microbial community evolution in membrane bioreactors coupled with anaerobic side-stream reactor, packing carriers and ultrasonication for sludge reduction by linear discriminant analysis – Zheng – Bioresource Technology

Food microbiology

Preprint: Deep microbial community profiling along the fermentation process of pulque, a major biocultural resource of Mexico – Rocha-Arriaga – bioRxiv

Bioinformatics

Preprint: µbialSim: constraint-based dynamic simulation of complex microbiomes – Popp and Centler – bioRxiv

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