PhyloChip analysis provide new insights into the bacterial diversity in the rhizosphere and effects of site and species.

Nicole Weinert, Y Piceno, Guo-Chun Ding, Holger Heuer, Gabriele Berg, Michael Schloter, G. Andersen

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Abstract

This paper describes the so-called 'PhyloChips' hybridization and its application to study bacterial diversity in the rhizosphere of three potato cultivars ('Desiree', 'Baltica' and 'Sibu'). The advantages and limitations of this method in comparison with other fingerprinting methods are discussed.
Original languageEnglish
Pages251-252
Publication statusPublished - 2010
Event57. Deutsche Pflanzenschutztagung - Berlin, Germany
Duration: 6 Sep 20109 Sep 2010

Conference

Conference57. Deutsche Pflanzenschutztagung
Country/TerritoryGermany
CityBerlin
Period6/09/109/09/10

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