International Bamboo and Rattan Organization

International Bamboo and Rattan Organization

Advanced search

-
Back

BACTERIAL DIVERSITY AND COMMUNITY STRUCTURE IN MOSO BAMBOO FOREST SOILS BASED ON 454 PYROSEQUENCING

Articles

Journal/Conference:

COMPTES RENDUS DE L ACADEMIE BULGARE DES SCIENCES

Language:

English

Author:

Yuan ZongSheng; Liu Fang

Experts:

Zhang GuoFang

Year:

2015

Volume:

68

Issue:

5

Pages:

609-616

Keywords:

bacterial diversity; community structure; moso bamboo; 454 pyrosequencing

We used a 454 pyrosequencing technology to investigate the rhizosphere bacteria diversity in moso bamboo forests during different growth seasons. Approximately 119K 16S rDNA sequences were generated from seven soil samples. We identified members of the bacterial community based on the sequences using RDP classifier and found evidence for 14 orders: Caulobacterales, Bacillales, Rhizobiales, Actinomycetales, Acidobacteriales, Solibacterales, Xanthomonadales, Rhodospirillales, Myxococcales, Burkholderiales, Acidimicrobiales, Solirubrobacterales, and provisional Ellin329, provisional Ellin6513. Actnomycetales, Rhizobiales and Ellin6513 account for the majority of the bacterial biomass in the moso bamboo soils. We analysed the bacterial diversity in soils collected over seven months and our results show that the bacterial community structure in the rhizosphere does not significantly change over the course of the year and the moso bamboo grows and develops.