Environmental microbiology as a mosaic of explored ecosystems and issues

Denis Faure 1 Patricia Bonin Robert Duran 2 Pierre Amato 3 Florence Arsene-Ploetze 4 J.C. Auguet Bernard Legrand 5 P.N. Bertin Y. Bettarel 6 A Bigot-Clivot N Blot Manuel Blouin Myriam Bormans 7 M Bouvy O Bruneel A Cébron U Christaki Ivan Couée 7 Cristiana Cravo-Laureau 2 M Danger J de Lorgeril Y Desdevises Y Dessaux D Destoumieux-Garzón E Duprat G Erauso Z Haichar Fel E Fouilland Andre-Jean Francez 7 N Fromin Alain Geffard Jf Ghiglione Vincent Grossi K Guizien C Hubas A Huguet L Jardillier P Jouquet F Joux A Kaisermann O Kaltz Jc Lata A Lecerf C Leyval P Luis E Masseret A Niboyet 8, 9 P Normand F Plewniak F Poly S Prado Achim Quaiser 7 P Ratet A Richaume Jl Rolland Jl Rols Jf Rontani F Rossi Sophie Sablé 10 P Sivadon P Soudant C Tamburini Aline Tribollet 11 C Valiente Moro F van Wambeke Philippe Vandenkoornhuyse 12 Stéphane Vuilleumier 4 Philippe Vandenkoornhuyse 7
Abstract : Microbes are phylogenetically (Archaea, Bacteria, Eukarya, and viruses) and functionally diverse. They colonize highly varied environments and rapidly respond to and evolve as a response to local and global environmental changes, including those induced by pollutants resulting from human activities. This review exemplifies the Microbial Ecology EC2CO consortium’s efforts to explore the biology, ecology, diversity, and roles of microbes in aquatic and continental ecosystems.
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Denis Faure, Patricia Bonin, Robert Duran, Pierre Amato, Florence Arsene-Ploetze, et al.. Environmental microbiology as a mosaic of explored ecosystems and issues. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, Springer Verlag, 2015, 22 (18), pp.13577-13598. ⟨10.1007/s11356-015-5164-5⟩. ⟨hal-01247096⟩



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