This volume highlights recent advances that have contributed to our understanding of spatial patterns and scale issues in microbial ecology. The book brings together research conducted at a range of spatial scales (from µm to km) and in a variety of different types of environments. These topics are addressed in a quantitative manner, and a primer on statistical methods is included. In soil ecosystems, both bacteria and fungi are discussed.
|Edition description:||Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2007|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.24(d)|
Table of ContentsContributing Authors. Preface. Acknowledgements. Introduction; Franklin, R.B., Mills, A.L. Statistical Analysis of Spatial Structure in Microbial Communities; Franklin, R.B., Mills, A.L. Bacterial Interactions at the Microscale - Linking Habitat to Function In Soil; Nunan N., Young, I.M, Crawford, J.W., Ritz, K. Spatial Distribution of Bacteria at the Microscale In Soil; Dechesne, A., Pallud, C., Grundmann, G.L. Analysis Of Spatial Patterns Of Rhizoplane Coloniz-Ation; Knudsen, G.R., Dandurand, L.-M. Microbial Distributions And Their Potential Control-Ling Factors In Terrestrial Subsurface Environments; Lehman, R.M. Spatial Organisation Of Soil Fungi; Ritz, K. Spatial Heterogeneity of Planktonic Microorganisms in Aquatic Systems; Pinel-Alloul, B., Ghadouani, A. The Interrelationship Between the Spatial Distribution of Microorganisms and Vegetation in Forest Soils; Morris S.J., Dress, W.J.