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Effect of nitrogen fertilizer and/or rice straw amendment on methanogenic archaeal communities and methane production from a rice paddy soil
Bao, Qiongli; Huang, Yizong; Wang, Fenghua; Nie, Sanan; Nicol, Graeme W.; Yao, Huaiying; Ding, Longjun
2016-07
Source PublicationAPPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
Volume100Issue:13Pages:5989-5998
AbstractNitrogen fertilization and returning straw to paddy soil are important factors that regulate CH4 production. To evaluate the effect of rice straw and/or nitrate amendment on methanogens, a paddy soil was anaerobically incubated for 40 days. The results indicated that while straw addition increased CH4 production and the abundances of mcrA genes and their transcripts, nitrate amendment showed inhibitory effects on them. The terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism (T-RFLP) analysis based on mcrA gene revealed that straw addition obviously changed methanogenic community structure. Based on mcrA gene level, straw-alone addition stimulated Methanosarcinaceaes at the early stage of incubation (first 11 days), but nitrate showed inhibitory effect. The relative abundance of Methanobacteriaceae was also stimulated by straw addition during the first 11 days. Furthermore, Methanosaetaceae were enriched by nitrate-alone addition after 11 days, while Methanocellaceae were enriched by nitrate addition especially within the first 5 days. The transcriptional methanogenic community indicated more dynamic and complicated responses to straw and/or nitrate addition. Based on mcrA transcript level, nitrate addition alone resulted in the increase of Methanocellaceae and the shift from Methanosarcinaceae to Methanosaetaceae during the first 5 days of incubation. Straw treatments increased the relative abundance of Methanobacteriaceae after 11 days. These results demonstrate that nitrate addition influences methanogens which are transcriptionally and functionally active and can alleviate CH4 production associated with straw amendment in paddy soil incubations, presumably through competition for common substrates between nitrate-utilizing organisms and methanogens.
Department城市与区域生态国家重点实验室
KeywordRice Straw Nitrate Methane Methanogens Paddy Soil
DOI10.1007/s00253-016-7377-z
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Identifierhttp://ir.rcees.ac.cn/handle/311016/35565
Collection城市与区域生态国家重点实验室
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Bao, Qiongli,Huang, Yizong,Wang, Fenghua,et al. Effect of nitrogen fertilizer and/or rice straw amendment on methanogenic archaeal communities and methane production from a rice paddy soil[J]. APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY,2016,100(13):5989-5998.
APA Bao, Qiongli.,Huang, Yizong.,Wang, Fenghua.,Nie, Sanan.,Nicol, Graeme W..,...&Ding, Longjun.(2016).Effect of nitrogen fertilizer and/or rice straw amendment on methanogenic archaeal communities and methane production from a rice paddy soil.APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY,100(13),5989-5998.
MLA Bao, Qiongli,et al."Effect of nitrogen fertilizer and/or rice straw amendment on methanogenic archaeal communities and methane production from a rice paddy soil".APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY 100.13(2016):5989-5998.
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