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Microbial Diversity and Community Analysis in Lettuce or Cucumber Cultivated Greenhouse Soil in Korea
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Microbial Diversity and Community Analysis in Lettuce or Cucumber Cultivated Greenhouse Soil in Korea
Kim, Byung-Yong; Weon, Hang-Yeon; Park, In-Cheol; Lee, Sang-Yeob; Kim, Wan-Gyu; Song, Jae-Kyeong;
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 Abstract
The soil chemical properties, microbial community structures and biochemical properties of lettuce or cucumber-cultivated greenhouse soil samples were analyzed to assess soil health and characterize microbial distribution in 8 locations in Korea. Although most of chemical properties were within the soil management guidelines, the available phosphate, and the contents of exchangeable potassium and calcium were higher than those of recommended levels. In the culture-dependent analysis, 841 bacterial strains were isolated from the greenhouse soils and were identified at the genus level by 16S rRNA gene sequences analysis. The dominant bacterial genera were Bacillus (35.7%), Microbacterium (9.3%), Arthrobacter (5.7%) and Lysobacter (5.1%). The abundance of pseudomonads was highly variable depending on the soil samples. In the culture-independent analysis, soil microbial community was investigated by using phospholipid fatty acid (PLFA) method. Principal component analysis (PCA) showed that a specific grouping for microbial community structure in the greenhouse soils was not observed based on cultivated crops and investigated sites. The results revealed that the greenhouses soils examined are relatively sound managed in terms of soil chemical contents and microbial properties.
 Keywords
Microbial diversity;Community structure;Lettuce;Cucumber;Greenhouse soil;
 Language
Korean
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