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THE SOIL POPULATION - ANIMALS AND ALGAE. Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Section 3. THE SOIL. Without soil microbes, life on this planet would soon come to a stand- still. The soil is not lines of advance in the field of soil microbiology and to suggest some . LEARNING OUTCOMES. • Learners will be introduced to the dynamics of soil biota, the importance of different microbial populations, and their influence on crop.
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New section on "Methods in Studying Soil Organic Matter Formation and Nutrient Dynamics" to balance the two successful chapters on microbial and physiological methodology Includes expanded information on soil interactions with organisms involved in human and plant disease Improved readability and integration for an ever-widening audience in his field Integrated concepts related to soil biota, diversity, and function allow readers in multiple disciplines to understand the complex soil biota and their function.
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Caref ul alignment of the unknown sequences to a collection GenBank or T he Ribosomal Database Project of similar and dissimilar sequences. T he aligned sequences can be compared using algorithms to determine their relatedness and to construct a phylogenetic tree.
T his phylogenic tree helps top f ind out their divergence f rom a common ancestor. T he cloning approach has provided lists of sequence percentages or restriction f ragment length polymorphism classes, along with their relative amounts in libraries. Quantif ication of data recovered in rDNA libraries is limited by the restricted number of clones that can f easibly be screened, but data have been used to calculate indices of diversity.
Clone libraries of the 16S rRNA gne can be used to estimate community composition and diversity.
T he f requency of sequences within a clone library will ref lect the f requency of the sequence of the organism. Clones can be grouped by restriction f ragments pattern, known as operational taxon units OT Us. T he representative of each OT U can be sequences and the f requency of unique OT Us can be counted and analysed with ecological measures.
T his can be used to provide an estimation of species richness and diversity. Finally, it is concluded that the 16S rRNA gene is the pref erred gene target f or identif ication of bacterial species, def ining microbial community diversity and establishing phylogenetic relationship between unknown and uncultivated soil microorganisms.