We performed a longitudinal study (repeated observations of the same sample over time) to investigate both the composition and structure of temporal changes of bacterial community composition in soil mesocosms, subjected to three different treatments (water and 5 or 25 mg kg−1 of dried soil Cd2+). By analogy with the pan genome concept, we identified a core bacteriome and an accessory bacteriome. Resident taxa were assigned to the core bacteriome, while occasional taxa were assigned to the accessory bacteriome. Core and accessory bacteriome represented roughly 35 and 50 % of the taxa detected, respectively, and were characterized by different taxonomic signatures from phylum to genus level while 15 % of the taxa were found to be unique to a particular sample. In particular, the core bacteriome was characterized by higher abundance of members of Planctomycetes, Actinobacteria, Verrucomicrobia and Acidobacteria, while the accessory bacteriome included more members of Firmicutes, Clamydiae and Proteobacteria, suggesting potentially different responses to environmental changes of members from these phyla. We conclude that the pan-bacteriome model may be a useful approach to gain insight for modeling bacterial community structure and inferring different abilities of bacteria taxa.

Exploring the dynamics of bacterial community composition in soil: the pan-bacteriome approach / Giovanni, Bacci; Maria Teresa Ceccherini, ; Alessia, Bani; Marco, Bazzicalupo; Maurizio, Castaldini; Marco, Galardini; Luciana, Giovannetti; Stefano, Mocali; Roberta, Pastorelli; Ottorino Luca Pantani, ; Paola, Arfaioli; Giacomo, Pietramellara; Carlo, Viti; Paolo Nannipieri; Alessio, Mengoni,. - In: ANTONIE VAN LEEUWENHOEK. - ISSN 0003-6072. - ELETTRONICO. - 107:(2015), pp. 785-797. [10.1007/s10482-014-0372-4]

Exploring the dynamics of bacterial community composition in soil: the pan-bacteriome approach

Giovanni, Bacci;Maria Teresa Ceccherini,;Marco, Bazzicalupo;Luciana, Giovannetti;Ottorino Luca Pantani,;Giacomo, Pietramellara;Carlo, Viti;Paolo Nannipieri;Alessio, Mengoni
2015

Abstract

We performed a longitudinal study (repeated observations of the same sample over time) to investigate both the composition and structure of temporal changes of bacterial community composition in soil mesocosms, subjected to three different treatments (water and 5 or 25 mg kg−1 of dried soil Cd2+). By analogy with the pan genome concept, we identified a core bacteriome and an accessory bacteriome. Resident taxa were assigned to the core bacteriome, while occasional taxa were assigned to the accessory bacteriome. Core and accessory bacteriome represented roughly 35 and 50 % of the taxa detected, respectively, and were characterized by different taxonomic signatures from phylum to genus level while 15 % of the taxa were found to be unique to a particular sample. In particular, the core bacteriome was characterized by higher abundance of members of Planctomycetes, Actinobacteria, Verrucomicrobia and Acidobacteria, while the accessory bacteriome included more members of Firmicutes, Clamydiae and Proteobacteria, suggesting potentially different responses to environmental changes of members from these phyla. We conclude that the pan-bacteriome model may be a useful approach to gain insight for modeling bacterial community structure and inferring different abilities of bacteria taxa.
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Giovanni, Bacci; Maria Teresa Ceccherini, ; Alessia, Bani; Marco, Bazzicalupo; Maurizio, Castaldini; Marco, Galardini; Luciana, Giovannetti; Stefano, Mocali; Roberta, Pastorelli; Ottorino Luca Pantani, ; Paola, Arfaioli; Giacomo, Pietramellara; Carlo, Viti; Paolo Nannipieri; Alessio, Mengoni,
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