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DOI10.1111/nph.17996
Effects of vegetation on soil cyanobacterial communities through time and space
Cano-Diaz, Concha; Maestre, Fernando T.; Wang, Juntao; Li, Jing; Singh, Brajesh K.; Ochoa, Victoria; Gozalo, Beatriz; Delgado-Baquerizo, Manuel
Corresponding AuthorCano-Diaz, C (corresponding author),Univ Rey Juan Carlos, Dept Biol Geol Fis & Quim Inorgan, Escuela Super Ciencias Experimentales & Tecnol, Mostoles 28933, Spain. ; Cano-Diaz, C (corresponding author),Inst Politecn Viana Castelo, CISAS Ctr Res & Dev Agrifood Syst & Sustainabil, Viana Do Castelo, Portugal.
JournalNEW PHYTOLOGIST
ISSN0028-646X
EISSN1469-8137
Year Published2022-02
Abstract in EnglishPhotoautotrophic soil cyanobacteria play essential ecological roles and are known to exhibit large changes in their diversity and abundance throughout early succession. However, much less is known about how and why soil cyanobacterial communities change as soil develops over centuries and millennia, and the effects that vegetation have on such communities. We combined an extensive field survey, including 16 global soil chronosequences across contrasting ecosystems (from deserts to tropical forests), with molecular analyses to investigate how the diversity and abundance of photosynthetic and nonphotosynthetic soil cyanobacteria are affected by vegetation change during soil development, over time periods from hundreds to thousands of years. We show that, in most chronosequences, the abundance, species richness and community composition of soil cyanobacteria are relatively stable as soil develops (from centuries to millennia). Regardless of soil age, forest chronosequences were consistently dominated by nonphotosynthetic cyanobacteria (Vampirovibrionia), while grasslands and shrublands were dominated by photosynthetic cyanobacteria. Chronosequences undergoing drastic vegetation shifts (e.g. transitions from grasslands to forests) experienced significant changes in the composition of soil cyanobacterial communities. Our results advance our understanding of the ecology of cyanobacterial classes, and of the understudied nonphotosynthetic cyanobacteria in particular, and highlight the key role of vegetation as a major driver of their temporal dynamics as soil develops.
Keyword in English16S amplicon sequencing abundance Cyanobacteria Illumina sequencing nonphotosynthetic cyanobacteria richness soil chronosequence
SubtypeArticle ; Early Access
Language英语
Indexed BySCI-E
WOS IDWOS:000755214300001
WOS KeywordSUCCESSION ; CRUSTS ; CHRONOSEQUENCES ; MICROSTRUCTURE ; BIODIVERSITY ; FEEDBACKS ; DIVERSITY ; PATTERNS
WOS SubjectPlant Sciences
WOS Research AreaPlant Sciences
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://119.78.100.177/qdio/handle/2XILL650/377284
Affiliation[Cano-Diaz, Concha] Univ Rey Juan Carlos, Dept Biol Geol Fis & Quim Inorgan, Escuela Super Ciencias Experimentales & Tecnol, Mostoles 28933, Spain; [Cano-Diaz, Concha] Inst Politecn Viana Castelo, CISAS Ctr Res & Dev Agrifood Syst & Sustainabil, Viana Do Castelo, Portugal; [Maestre, Fernando T.; Ochoa, Victoria; Gozalo, Beatriz] Univ Alicante, Inst Multidisciplinar Estudio Medio Ramon Margale, Edificio Nuevos Institutos, San Vicente Del Raspeig 03690, Spain; [Maestre, Fernando T.] Univ Alicante, Dept Ecol, Carretera San Vicente Raspeig S-N, Alicante 03690, Spain; [Wang, Juntao; Li, Jing; Singh, Brajesh K.] Univ Western Sydney, Global Ctr Land Based Innovat, Penrith, NSW 2751, Australia; [Wang, Juntao; Li, Jing; Singh, Brajesh K.] Univ Western Sydney, Hawkesbury Inst Environm, Penrith, NSW 2751, Australia; [Li, Jing] Chinese Acad Forestry, Inst Wetland Res, Beijing Key Lab Wetland Ecol Funct & Restorat, Beijing 100091, Peoples R China; [Delgado-Baquerizo, Manuel] Inst Recursos Nat & Agrobiolog Ia Sevilla I...
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Cano-Diaz, Concha,Maestre, Fernando T.,Wang, Juntao,et al. Effects of vegetation on soil cyanobacterial communities through time and space[J],2022.
APA Cano-Diaz, Concha.,Maestre, Fernando T..,Wang, Juntao.,Li, Jing.,Singh, Brajesh K..,...&Delgado-Baquerizo, Manuel.(2022).Effects of vegetation on soil cyanobacterial communities through time and space.NEW PHYTOLOGIST.
MLA Cano-Diaz, Concha,et al."Effects of vegetation on soil cyanobacterial communities through time and space".NEW PHYTOLOGIST (2022).
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