Changes in Root Bacterial Communities Associated to Two Different Development Stages of Canola (*Brassica napus* L. var oleifera) Evaluated through Next-Generation Sequencing

Bolzan de Campos S, Youn J-W, Farina R, Jaenicke S, Jünemann S, Szczepanowski R, Beneduzi A, Vargas LK, Wendisch VF, Passaglia L (2013)
Microbial Ecology 65(3): 593-601.

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Bolzan de Campos S, Youn J-W, Farina R, et al. Changes in Root Bacterial Communities Associated to Two Different Development Stages of Canola (*Brassica napus* L. var oleifera) Evaluated through Next-Generation Sequencing. Microbial Ecology. 2013;65(3):593-601.
Bolzan de Campos, S., Youn, J. - W., Farina, R., Jaenicke, S., Jünemann, S., Szczepanowski, R., Beneduzi, A., et al. (2013). Changes in Root Bacterial Communities Associated to Two Different Development Stages of Canola (*Brassica napus* L. var oleifera) Evaluated through Next-Generation Sequencing. Microbial Ecology, 65(3), 593-601. doi:10.1007/s00248-012-0132-9
Bolzan de Campos, S., Youn, J. - W., Farina, R., Jaenicke, S., Jünemann, S., Szczepanowski, R., Beneduzi, A., Vargas, L. K., Wendisch, V. F., and Passaglia, L. (2013). Changes in Root Bacterial Communities Associated to Two Different Development Stages of Canola (*Brassica napus* L. var oleifera) Evaluated through Next-Generation Sequencing. Microbial Ecology 65, 593-601.
Bolzan de Campos, S., et al., 2013. Changes in Root Bacterial Communities Associated to Two Different Development Stages of Canola (*Brassica napus* L. var oleifera) Evaluated through Next-Generation Sequencing. Microbial Ecology, 65(3), p 593-601.
S. Bolzan de Campos, et al., “Changes in Root Bacterial Communities Associated to Two Different Development Stages of Canola (*Brassica napus* L. var oleifera) Evaluated through Next-Generation Sequencing”, Microbial Ecology, vol. 65, 2013, pp. 593-601.
Bolzan de Campos, S., Youn, J.-W., Farina, R., Jaenicke, S., Jünemann, S., Szczepanowski, R., Beneduzi, A., Vargas, L.K., Wendisch, V.F., Passaglia, L.: Changes in Root Bacterial Communities Associated to Two Different Development Stages of Canola (*Brassica napus* L. var oleifera) Evaluated through Next-Generation Sequencing. Microbial Ecology. 65, 593-601 (2013).
Bolzan de Campos, Samanta, Youn, Jung-Won, Farina, Roberto, Jaenicke, Sebastian, Jünemann, Sebastian, Szczepanowski, Rafael, Beneduzi, Anelise, Vargas, Luciano K., Wendisch, Volker F., and Passaglia, Luciane. “Changes in Root Bacterial Communities Associated to Two Different Development Stages of Canola (*Brassica napus* L. var oleifera) Evaluated through Next-Generation Sequencing”. Microbial Ecology 65.3 (2013): 593-601.

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