Prof. Max Häggblom
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FEMS Microbiology Ecology publishes high quality papers that make a significant contribution to the field. It covers microorganisms in soil, aquatic and atmospheric habitats …Find out more
The presence of minerals that can support microbial metabolism promotes the ecological differentiation of sediment- and planktonic-associated microbial populations.
Measurements made from liquid brine within Arctic permafrost indicate an ancient marine origin, active viral–microbe dynamics and large amounts of extracellular polysaccharide substances.
Ecological functions of Trichoderma spp., which produce a number of secondary metabolites that play key roles in the rhizosphere affecting other microorganisms, insects and plants.
Exploring various aspects of soil microbial ecology, this issue has been created in association with the conference ‘Ecology of Soil Microorganisms – Microbes as important drivers of soil processes’.
Bringing together research on various microbiological aspects of crop production, this issue has been prepared ahead of the International Symposium on Microbe-assisted crop production - opportunities, challenges and need.
Focusing on the importance of knowledge of the distribution, biodiversity and functional roles of microorganisms inhabiting polar and alpine environments, this issue was prepared in association with the Sixth International Conference on Polar and Alpine Microbiology.
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