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Call for Papers

FEMS Microbiology Ecology invites submissions for several upcoming thematic issues:

- Environmental Dimension of Antibiotic Resistanceedited by Kornelia Smalla
- Microbe-Assisted Crop Production, edited by Angela Sessitsch
- Ecology of Soil Microorganismsedited by Patr Baldrian
Polar and Alpine Microbiology, edited by Max Häggblom


Read more about these issues, submit your manuscript, and read related papers here.    

Featured Articles

Complex coupled metabolic and prokaryotic community responses to increasing temperatures in anaerobic marine sediments: critical temperatures and substrate changes
Temperature increases had a non-linear effect on biogeochemistry and prokaryotes in marine sediments, with rapid changes over small temperature intervals which are relevant to climate change and the deep biosphere.More ►

Characterization of endophytic bacteria from cucurbit fruits with potential benefits to agriculture in melons (Cucumis melo L.)
Diversity and localization of endophytes living inside cucurbit fruits were explored and it was found that some of these bacteria may be used for improving agricultural practices in melons.More ►

Insights into the effect of mixed engineered nanoparticles on activated sludge performance
The work endeavours to establish linkage between different scales of characterization to establish the true influence of ENP input in wastewater treatment plant.More ►

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Virtual Issues

Plant Microbe Interactions

Gut Microbiome

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. 

Polar and Alpine Microbiology
Microbial Systems Ecology
Environmental Microbes

To mark the 14th International Conference on Pseudomonas, FEMS has published a Virtual Thematic Issue across four FEMS journals.

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