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Macrofaunal control of microbial community structure in continental margin sediments

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Macrofaunal control of microbial community structure in continental margin sediments. / Deng, Longhui; Bölsterli, Damian; Kristensen, Erik et al.

I: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Bind 117, Nr. 27, 07.2020, s. 15911-15922.

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskrift/Konferencebidrag i tidsskrift /Bidrag til avisTidsskriftartikelForskningpeer review

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Deng, L, Bölsterli, D, Kristensen, E, Meile, C, Su, C-C, Bernasconi, SM, Seidenkrantz, M-S, Glombitza, C, Lagostina, L, Han, X, Jørgensen, BB, Røy, H & Lever, MA 2020, 'Macrofaunal control of microbial community structure in continental margin sediments', Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, bind 117, nr. 27, s. 15911-15922. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1917494117

APA

Deng, L., Bölsterli, D., Kristensen, E., Meile, C., Su, C-C., Bernasconi, S. M., Seidenkrantz, M-S., Glombitza, C., Lagostina, L., Han, X., Jørgensen, B. B., Røy, H., & Lever, M. A. (2020). Macrofaunal control of microbial community structure in continental margin sediments. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 117(27), 15911-15922. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1917494117

CBE

Deng L, Bölsterli D, Kristensen E, Meile C, Su C-C, Bernasconi SM, Seidenkrantz M-S, Glombitza C, Lagostina L, Han X, et al. 2020. Macrofaunal control of microbial community structure in continental margin sediments. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 117(27):15911-15922. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1917494117

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Deng, Longhui et al. "Macrofaunal control of microbial community structure in continental margin sediments". Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2020, 117(27). 15911-15922. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1917494117

Vancouver

Deng L, Bölsterli D, Kristensen E, Meile C, Su C-C, Bernasconi SM et al. Macrofaunal control of microbial community structure in continental margin sediments. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2020 jul.;117(27):15911-15922. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1917494117

Author

Deng, Longhui ; Bölsterli, Damian ; Kristensen, Erik et al. / Macrofaunal control of microbial community structure in continental margin sediments. I: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2020 ; Bind 117, Nr. 27. s. 15911-15922.

Bibtex

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title = "Macrofaunal control of microbial community structure in continental margin sediments",
abstract = "Through a process called {"}bioturbation,{"} burrowing macrofauna have altered the seafloor habitat and modified global carbon cycling since the Cambrian. However, the impact of macrofauna on the community structure of microorganisms is poorly understood. Here, we show that microbial communities across bioturbated, but geochemically and sedimentologically divergent, continental margin sites are highly similar but differ clearly from those in nonbioturbated surface and underlying subsurface sediments. Solid- and solute-phase geochemical analyses combined with modeled bioturbation activities reveal that dissolved O2 introduction by burrow ventilation is the major driver of archaeal community structure. By contrast, solid-phase reworking, which regulates the distribution of fresh, algal organic matter, is the main control of bacterial community structure. In nonbioturbated surface sediments and in subsurface sediments, bacterial and archaeal communities are more divergent between locations and appear mainly driven by site-specific differences in organic carbon sources.",
author = "Longhui Deng and Damian B{\"o}lsterli and Erik Kristensen and Christof Meile and Chih-Chieh Su and Bernasconi, {Stefano Michele} and Marit-Solveig Seidenkrantz and Clemens Glombitza and Lorenzo Lagostina and Xingguo Han and J{\o}rgensen, {Bo Barker} and Hans R{\o}y and Lever, {Mark Alexander}",
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RIS

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T1 - Macrofaunal control of microbial community structure in continental margin sediments

AU - Deng, Longhui

AU - Bölsterli, Damian

AU - Kristensen, Erik

AU - Meile, Christof

AU - Su, Chih-Chieh

AU - Bernasconi, Stefano Michele

AU - Seidenkrantz, Marit-Solveig

AU - Glombitza, Clemens

AU - Lagostina, Lorenzo

AU - Han, Xingguo

AU - Jørgensen, Bo Barker

AU - Røy, Hans

AU - Lever, Mark Alexander

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N2 - Through a process called "bioturbation," burrowing macrofauna have altered the seafloor habitat and modified global carbon cycling since the Cambrian. However, the impact of macrofauna on the community structure of microorganisms is poorly understood. Here, we show that microbial communities across bioturbated, but geochemically and sedimentologically divergent, continental margin sites are highly similar but differ clearly from those in nonbioturbated surface and underlying subsurface sediments. Solid- and solute-phase geochemical analyses combined with modeled bioturbation activities reveal that dissolved O2 introduction by burrow ventilation is the major driver of archaeal community structure. By contrast, solid-phase reworking, which regulates the distribution of fresh, algal organic matter, is the main control of bacterial community structure. In nonbioturbated surface sediments and in subsurface sediments, bacterial and archaeal communities are more divergent between locations and appear mainly driven by site-specific differences in organic carbon sources.

AB - Through a process called "bioturbation," burrowing macrofauna have altered the seafloor habitat and modified global carbon cycling since the Cambrian. However, the impact of macrofauna on the community structure of microorganisms is poorly understood. Here, we show that microbial communities across bioturbated, but geochemically and sedimentologically divergent, continental margin sites are highly similar but differ clearly from those in nonbioturbated surface and underlying subsurface sediments. Solid- and solute-phase geochemical analyses combined with modeled bioturbation activities reveal that dissolved O2 introduction by burrow ventilation is the major driver of archaeal community structure. By contrast, solid-phase reworking, which regulates the distribution of fresh, algal organic matter, is the main control of bacterial community structure. In nonbioturbated surface sediments and in subsurface sediments, bacterial and archaeal communities are more divergent between locations and appear mainly driven by site-specific differences in organic carbon sources.

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