Dynamics of Soil Bacterial Communities in Response to Repeated Application of Manure Containing Sulfadiazine

Ding, Guo-Chun; Radl, Viviane; Schloter-Hai, Brigitte; Jechalke, Sven; Heuer, Holger; Smalla, Kornelia; Schloter, Michael;
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0092958
  • Subject: Ecology | Biological Sciences | ecology | microbial ecology | Evolutionary biology | Organismal evolution | Microbial evolution | Bacterial evolution | microbiology | bacteriology | Bacterial taxonomy | Medical microbiology | Microbial pathogens | Bacterial pathogens | Microbial control | Veterinary science | Veterinary microbiology | Soil science | Soil ecology | bacterial | communities | repeated | manure | containing

<div><p>Large amounts of manure have been applied to arable soils as fertilizer worldwide. Manure is often contaminated with veterinary antibiotics which enter the soil together with antibiotic resistant bacteria. However, little information is available regarding the m... View more
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