Diversity structure of culturable bacteria isolated from the Fildes Peninsula (King George Island, Antarctica): A phylogenetic analysis perspective

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González-Rocha, Gerardo ; Muñoz-Cartes, Gabriel ; B. Canales-Aguirre, Cristian ; Lima, Celia A. ; Domínguez-Yévenes, Mariana ; Bello-Toledo, Helia ; Hernández, Cristián E.
  • Publisher: Figshare
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0179390
  • Subject: Inorganic Chemistry | habitat | role | phylotype | Microbiology | adaptation | Baas-Becking | type | Ecology | species level traits | diversity | Evolutionary Biology | phylogenetic analysis perspective | 16 S rRNA gene sequences | phylogenetic niche conservatism hypothesis | King George Island | Fildes Peninsula | culturable bacteria
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    mesheuropmc: fungi

<div><p>It has been proposed that Antarctic environments select microorganisms with unique biochemical adaptations, based on the tenet ‘Everything is everywhere, but, the environment selects’ by Baas-Becking. However, this is a hypothesis that has not been extensively e... View more
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