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Diversity of herbaceous plants and bacterial communities regulates soil resistome across forest biomes
Hu, Hang-Wei; Wang, Jun-Tao; Singh, Brajesh K.; Liu, Yu-Rong; Chen, Yong-Liang; Zhang, Yu-Jing; He, Ji-Zheng
2018-09-01
Source PublicationENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
ISSN1462-2912
Volume20Issue:9Pages:3186-3200
AbstractAntibiotic resistance is ancient and prevalent in natural ecosystems and evolved long before the utilization of synthetic antibiotics started, but factors influencing the large-scale distribution patterns of natural antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs) remain largely unknown. Here, a large-scale investigation over 4000 km was performed to profile soil ARGs, plant communities and bacterial communities from 300 quadrats across five forest biomes with minimal human impact. We detected diverse and abundant ARGs in forests, including over 160 genes conferring resistance to eight major categories of antibiotics. The diversity of ARGs was strongly and positively correlated with the diversity of bacteria, herbaceous plants and mobile genetic elements (MGEs). The ARG composition was strongly correlated with the taxonomic structure of bacteria and herbs. Consistent with this strong correlation, structural equation modelling demonstrated that the positive effects of bacterial and herb communities on ARG patterns were maintained even when simultaneously accounting for multiple drivers (climate, spatial predictors and edaphic factors). These findings suggest a paradigm that the interactions between aboveground and belowground communities shape the large-scale distribution of soil resistomes, providing new knowledge for tackling the emerging environmental antibiotic resistance.
Department城市与区域生态国家重点实验室
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.rcees.ac.cn/handle/311016/40517
Collection城市与区域生态国家重点实验室
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Hu, Hang-Wei,Wang, Jun-Tao,Singh, Brajesh K.,et al. Diversity of herbaceous plants and bacterial communities regulates soil resistome across forest biomes[J]. ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY,2018,20(9):3186-3200.
APA Hu, Hang-Wei.,Wang, Jun-Tao.,Singh, Brajesh K..,Liu, Yu-Rong.,Chen, Yong-Liang.,...&He, Ji-Zheng.(2018).Diversity of herbaceous plants and bacterial communities regulates soil resistome across forest biomes.ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY,20(9),3186-3200.
MLA Hu, Hang-Wei,et al."Diversity of herbaceous plants and bacterial communities regulates soil resistome across forest biomes".ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY 20.9(2018):3186-3200.
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