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Subject: 地理学::自然地理学
Title: Community structures of ammonia-oxidising archaea and bacteria in high-altitude lakes on the Tibetan Plateau
Author: Hu ; AY (Hu ; Anyi) ; Yao TD(姚檀栋) ; Jiao ; NZ (Jiao ; Nianzhi) ; Liu YQ(刘勇勤) ; Yang ; Z (Yang ; Zao) ; Liu XB(刘晓波)
Corresponding Author: Jiao, NZ
Keyword: EAST CHINA SEA ; ENVIRONMENTAL GRADIENTS ; MICROBIAL BIOGEOGRAPHY ; MARINE CRENARCHAEOTA ; NITRIFYING ARCHAEA ; RELATIVE ABUNDANCE ; NORTHWESTERN CHINA ; MOLECULAR ANALYSIS ; NITROGEN-CYCLE ; SPATIAL SCALES
Source: FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
Issued Date: 2010
Volume: 55, Issue:11, Pages:2375-2390
Indexed Type: SCI
Cooperation Status: 国际
Language: 英语
WOS ID: WOS:000282698800013
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URI: http://ir.itpcas.ac.cn/handle/131C11/1370
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Hu, AY (Hu, Anyi),姚檀栋,Jiao, NZ (Jiao, Nianzhi),刘勇勤,Yang, Z (Yang, Zao),刘晓波. Community structures of ammonia-oxidising archaea and bacteria in high-altitude lakes on the Tibetan Plateau.FRESHWATER BIOLOGY,2010,55(11):2375-2390
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