Plasmid incidence in the subgroups of two bacterial communities

Beilstein F, Battermann A, Dreiseikelmann B (2008)
MICROBIOLOGICAL RESEARCH 163(3): 350-353.

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The plasmid incidence of two bacterial. communities from soil. and freshwater was determined by endogenous plasmid isolation. The overall plasmid incidence for the communities was about 10%, white the frequency of plasmid-containing members in different subgroups ranged from 0% to 100%. Both communities included a minor population where all. members contained several plasmids. (c) 2006 Elsevier GmbH. All. rights reserved.
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Beilstein F, Battermann A, Dreiseikelmann B. Plasmid incidence in the subgroups of two bacterial communities. MICROBIOLOGICAL RESEARCH. 2008;163(3):350-353.
Beilstein, F., Battermann, A., & Dreiseikelmann, B. (2008). Plasmid incidence in the subgroups of two bacterial communities. MICROBIOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 163(3), 350-353.
Beilstein, F., Battermann, A., and Dreiseikelmann, B. (2008). Plasmid incidence in the subgroups of two bacterial communities. MICROBIOLOGICAL RESEARCH 163, 350-353.
Beilstein, F., Battermann, A., & Dreiseikelmann, B., 2008. Plasmid incidence in the subgroups of two bacterial communities. MICROBIOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 163(3), p 350-353.
F. Beilstein, A. Battermann, and B. Dreiseikelmann, “Plasmid incidence in the subgroups of two bacterial communities”, MICROBIOLOGICAL RESEARCH, vol. 163, 2008, pp. 350-353.
Beilstein, F., Battermann, A., Dreiseikelmann, B.: Plasmid incidence in the subgroups of two bacterial communities. MICROBIOLOGICAL RESEARCH. 163, 350-353 (2008).
Beilstein, Frauke, Battermann, Anja, and Dreiseikelmann, Brigitte. “Plasmid incidence in the subgroups of two bacterial communities”. MICROBIOLOGICAL RESEARCH 163.3 (2008): 350-353.
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