A Molecular Study of Microbe Transfer between Distant Environments
D. Hooper, Sean
U. Foerstner, Konrad
D. Harrington, Eoghan
- Publisher: Figshare
Microbiology | Genetics | Molecular Biology | Biotechnology | Evolutionary Biology | Ecology | Developmental Biology | Cancer | Infectious Diseases | Virology | Computational Biology | distant environments background environments | microbe | metagenomics data | microbe transfer | novel gene functions | baas-becking hypothesis | findings support | sequencing projects | dna | oligomer frequency | nucleotide composition | gene transfer | phylogenetic mappings | trace amounts | population sizes | molecular study
<div><p>Background</p><p>Environments and their organic content are generally not static and isolated, but in a constant state of exchange and interaction with each other. Through physical or biological processes, organisms, especially microbes, may be transferred betwe...