Microbes and Environments
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A Fine-Scale Phylogenetic Analysis of Free-Living Burkholderia Species in Sugarcane Field Soil
Kanako TagoHideomi ItohYoshitomo KikuchiTomoyuki HoriYuya SatoAtsushi NagayamaTakashi OkuboRonald NavarroTomo AoyagiKentaro HayashiMasahito Hayatsu
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2014 Volume 29 Issue 4 Pages 434-437

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The diversity and abundance of Burkholderia species in sugarcane field soils were investigated by a 16S rRNA gene-based approach using genus-specific primers. A total of 365,721 sequences generated by the Illumina MiSeq platform were assigned to the genus Burkholderia. Nearly 58% of these sequences were placed in a previously defined cluster, including stinkbug symbionts. Quantitative PCR analysis revealed a consistent number of 16S rRNA gene copies for Burkholderia species (107 g−1 soil) across the sampled fields. C/N, pH, and nitrate concentrations were important factors shaping the Burkholderia community structure; however, their impacts were not significant considering the overall genus size.

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