Most Recent Thematic Issues
Explore a range of Thematic Issues recently published in FEMS Microbiology Ecology, and celebrate the 16th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (ISME) 2016 with free access to the collections until 30th September.
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Ecological differentiation in planktonic and sediment-associated chemotropic microbial populations in Yellowstone hot springs
The presence of minerals, such as elemental sulfur, that can support microbial metabolism promotes the ecological differentiation of sediment- and planktonic-associated microbial populations within Yellowstone National Park hot springs. More ►
Evidence for marine origin and microbial-viral habitability of sub-zero hypersaline aqueous inclusions within permafrost near Barrow, Alaska
Measurements made from liquid brine within Arctic permafrost indicate an ancient marine origin, active viral–microbe dynamics and large amounts of extracellular polysaccharide substances. More ►
Ecological functions of Trichoderma spp. and their secondary metabolites in the rhizosphere: interactions with plants
Trichoderma spp. produce a number of secondary metabolites that play key roles in the rhizosphere affecting other microorganisms, insects and plants. This work describes the ecological function of these fungi. More ►
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Ecology of Soil Microorganisms
Joint Virtual Issue between FEMS Microbiology Letters and FEMS Microbiology Ecology.
The history of human biology has been to look to the host and how it interacts with its environment to explain form and function. We are constantly exploring the interactions of the host’s genome with a variety of environmental factors to explain development and disease trends.