Inter-Valley Soil Comparative Survey of the McMurdo Dry Valleys

最新バージョン SCAR - Microbial Antarctic Resource System によって公開 Mar 19, 2019 SCAR - Microbial Antarctic Resource System

Recent applications of molecular genetics to edaphic microbial communities of the McMurdo Dry Valleys and elsewhere have rejected a long-held belief that Antarctic soils contain extremely limited microbial diversity. The Inter-Valley Soil Comparative Survey aims to elucidate the factors shaping these unique microbial communities and their biogeography by integrating molecular genetic approaches with biogeochemical analyses. Although the microbial communities of Dry Valley soils may be complex, there is little doubt that the ecosystem’s food web is relatively simple, and evidence suggests that physicochemical conditions may have the dominant role in shaping microbial communities. To examine this hypothesis, bacterial communities from representative soil samples collected in four geographically disparate Dry Valleys were analyzed using molecular genetic tools, including pyrosequencing of 16S rRNA gene PCR amplicons. Results show that the four communities are structurally and phylogenetically distinct, and possess significantly different levels of diversity. Strikingly, only 2 of 214 phylotypes were found in all four valleys, challenging a widespread assumption that the microbiota of the Dry Valleys is composed of a few cosmopolitan species. Analysis of soil geochemical properties indicated that salt content, alongside altitude and Cu2+, was significantly correlated with differences in microbial communities. Our results indicate that the microbial ecology of Dry Valley soils is highly localized and that physicochemical factors potentially have major roles in shaping the microbiology of ice-free areas of Antarctica. These findings hint at links between Dry Valley glacial geomorphology and microbial ecology, and raise previously unrecognized issues related to environmental management of this unique ecosystem.

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引用方法

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Lee CK, Barbier BA, Bottos EM, McDonald IR, Cary SC (2012) The Inter-Valley Soil Comparative Survey: the ecology of Dry Valley edaphic microbial communities. ISME J 6: 1046–1057. doi:10.1038/ismej.2011.170.

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キーワード

Bacteria; Cyanobacteria; Fungi; Terrestrial Antarctica; McMurdo Dry Valleys; 16S rRNA; Soil; Metadata

連絡先

リソースを作成した人:

Charles Lee
Senior Lecturer
University of Waikato Private Bag 3105 3240 Hamilton NZ +64 7 838 4241
http://www.ictar.aq

リソースに関する質問に答えることができる人:

Charles Lee
Senior Lecturer
University of Waikato Private Bag 3105 3240 Hamilton NZ +64 7 838 4241
http://www.ictar.aq

メタデータを記載した人:

Charles Lee
Senior Lecturer
University of Waikato Private Bag 3105 3240 Hamilton NZ +64 7 838 4241
http://www.ictar.aq

他に、リソースに関連付けられていた人:

論文著者
Charles Lee
Research Fellow
International Center for Terrestrial Antarctic Research Private Bag 3105 3240 Hamilton NZ +64 7 838 4241
http://www.ictar.aq
研究代表者
Craig Cary
Professor
International Center for Terrestrial Antarctic Research Private Bag 3105 3240 Hamilton NZ +64 7 838 4593
http://www.ictar.aq

地理的範囲

The McMurdo Dry Valleys

座標(緯度経度) 南 西 [-78.091, 160.764], 北 東 [-76.912, 163.809]

生物分類学的範囲

Molecular surveys of bacterial (16S rRNA) and fungal (ITS) marker genes

Domain  Bacteria
Kingdom  Fungi

時間的範囲

開始日 / 終了日 2006-12-01 / 2006-12-31
開始日 / 終了日 2008-01-01 / 2008-01-31
開始日 / 終了日 2010-11-01 / 2010-11-30

プロジェクトデータ

説明がありません

タイトル Inter-Valley Soil Comparative Survey of the McMurdo Dry Valleys
ファンデイング Funding was provided by the New Zealand Foundation for Research, Science and Technology (FRST) (UOWX0715) and the New Zealand Marsden Fund (UOW1003). Logistics support was provided by Antarctica New Zealand.
Study Area Description Soil was collected at six different sites in the McMurdo Dry Valleys: Alatna Valley, Battleship Promontory, Upper Wright Valley, Beacon Valley, University Valley, and Miers Valley.

プロジェクトに携わる要員:

研究代表者
Craig Cary

収集方法

Sampling sites were all located on a south facing, 0–20°slope. An intersection was made by two 50 m transects, with the intersection in the middle being the central sampling point (X or C). Four sampling points around the central point were marked (A–D with A being the southernmost point and the remaining points in an anti-clockwise order, or N, E, S, W). Five scoops of the top 2 cm of soil were collected and homogenized at each identified (1 m2) sampling point after pavement pebbles were removed. Samples were stored in sterile Whirl-Pak (Nasco International, Fort Atkinson, WI, USA) at −20 °C until returned to New Zealand, where they were stored at −80 °C until analysis.

Study Extent See Geographic Coverage
Quality Control 454 pyrosquencing flowgrams were denoised using AmpliconNoise, including a SeqNoise step to remove PCR errors and a Perseus step to remove PCR chimeras. See Lee et al 2012 and Dreesens et al 2014 for details.

Method step description:

  1. Two MICROBIAL_SEQUENCE_SET description files describing X data sets was uploaded to the IPT. X MIMARKS data files were uploaded to the IPT.

コレクションデータ

コレクション名 Soil Samples from McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica
コレクション識別子 N/A
Parent Collection Identifier N/A
標本保存方法 Deep frozen

書誌情報の引用

  1. Dreesens L, Lee CK, Cary SC (2014) The Distribution and Identity of Edaphic Fungi in the McMurdo Dry Valleys. Biology 3: 466–483. doi:10.3390/biology3030466. 10.3390/biology3030466

追加のメタデータ

代替識別子 cca539d1-3e43-49bb-8e1f-8c1bda934a8c
https://ipt.biodiversity.aq/resource?r=ictar_ivscs