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The rizosphere refers to the region of soil near plant roots. Compared to the rest of soil, this area is relatively luxurious- nutrients are more plentiful and bacteria abound. Sylvia et al compare the rizosphere to an oasis. (Others in this group, please add more!)
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Describe the process, using as many sections/subsections as you require. Look at the list of other topics. Which involve processes similar to yours? Create links where relevant.
 
Describe the process, using as many sections/subsections as you require. Look at the list of other topics. Which involve processes similar to yours? Create links where relevant.
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Other members of my group- I just chose three topics because I lost the list or never wrote it down. I'm not trying to set this in stone, I can reserach whatever, just let me know)
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Revision as of 07:21, 30 January 2008

Template:Biorealm Soil Microbiology Contents [hide]

   * List of topics
   * 2 Introducion
   * 3 Process - key points
         o 3.1 Subsection 1
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         o 3.2 Subsection 2
   * 4 Key Microorganisms in ______
   * 5 Section 3
   * 6 Current Research
   * 7 References

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  1. Nitrogen cycle including GHG
  2. Carbon cycle including GHG, decomp, soil OM
  3. Geomicrobiology - other elements
  4. Rhizosphere: environment and mycorrhizal fungi
  5. Soil environment and physical factors controlling microbial activity
  6. Flooded soils
  7. Bioremediation 

[edit] Introduction

The rizosphere refers to the region of soil near plant roots. Compared to the rest of soil, this area is relatively luxurious- nutrients are more plentiful and bacteria abound. Sylvia et al compare the rizosphere to an oasis. (Others in this group, please add more!)


Irina C

Describe briefly the process you will address and the significance of soil microorganisms in the process (what functions do they perform?). [edit] Process - key points Populations of Soil Fauna Microflora Movement Plant-Microbe Interactions Describe the process, using as many sections/subsections as you require. Look at the list of other topics. Which involve processes similar to yours? Create links where relevant.

[edit] Seed and root environment

Info to be added about seed and root environment here

[edit] Plant-derived compounds

etc..

[edit] innoculations

Other members of my group- I just chose three topics because I lost the list or never wrote it down. I'm not trying to set this in stone, I can reserach whatever, just let me know)

[edit] Subsection 2 [edit] Key Microorganisms in ______

Identify and describe some microorganisms involved. Do they already have their own microbewiki pages? Add links. Create at least one page for a microbe relevant to your topic. Template will appear soon. [edit] Section 3

Topic of your choice. [edit] Current Research

Enter summaries of recent research here--at least three required [edit] References

[Sample reference] Takai, K., Sugai, A., Itoh, T., and Horikoshi, K. "Palaeococcus ferrophilus gen. nov., sp. nov., a barophilic, hyperthermophilic archaeon from a deep-sea hydrothermal vent chimney". International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology. 2000. Volume 50. p. 489-500.

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