The Advances in Applied Microbiology series, first published in 1959, continues to be one of the most widely read and authoritative review sources in microbiology. The series contains comprehensive reviews of the most current research in applied microbiology, and includes recent research on the roles of fungal communities in soil nutrient recycling, the microbial nitrogen cycle in soil, and the inter-kingdom associations between soil bacteria, fungi, and mycorrhizal fungi.
- Contains contributions from leading authorities in the field of applied microbiology
- Informs and updates on all the latest developments in the field
- Includes new information on the role of fungal communities in soil nutrient recycling, the microbial nitrogen cycle in soil, and the inter-kingdom associations between soil bacteria, fungi, and mycorrhizal fungi
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1. Plant-Microbiota Interactions as a Driver of the Mineral Turnover in the Rhizosphere Rodrigo Alegria Terrazas, Courtney Giles, Eric Paterson, Senga Robertson-Albertyn, Stefano Cesco, Tanja Mimmo, Youry Pii and Davide Bulgarelli 2. Familiar Stranger: Ecological Genomics of the Model Saprotroph and Industrial Enzyme Producer Trichoderma reesei Breaks the Stereotypes Irina S. Druzhinina and Christian P. Kubicek 3. Analysis of Low-Biomass Microbial Communities in the Deep Biosphere Yuki Morono and Fumio Inagaki 4. The Impact of Oxygen on Bacterial Enteric Pathogens Nathan Wallace, Ashley Zani, Elizabeth Abrams and Yvonne Sun