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RESPONSE OF BACTERIAL COMMUNITIES TO PYRENE AND BENZOATE SODIUM IN MARINE SEDIMENTS
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Pages: 1304-1311
Year: Issue:  6
Journal: Oceanologia et Limnologia Sinica

Keyword:  bacterial communitydiversitysodium benzoatepyrenedynamic changes;
Abstract: We set up microcosm experiments to study dynamic changes in the bacterial communities, and in which we supplemented with different model PAH compounds pyrene and sodium benzoate. High-throughput sequencing technology Illumina Miseq targeting the 16 S r RNA gene V2-V3 variable region was used to analyze changes in composition of the bacterial communities after treated with pyrene or sodium benzoate. Results show that either pyrene or sodium benzoate could dramatically affect the bacterial community structure in marine sediments, and largely reduced the diversity and abundance. Marinobacter and Pseudidiomarina were boosted in sodium-benzoate-enriched group, while Balneola and Aequorivita were greatly enriched in pyrene-adding group. The results may help understanding some functional bacteria capable of degrading pyrene and sodium benzoate, and providing a theoretical basis for bioremediation of PAH compounds in marine environment.
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