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Zhang, H. A. Jackson. (2008). Autochthonous bacterial flora indicated by PCR-DGGE of 16S rRNA gene fragments from the alimentary tract of Costelytra zealandica (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae), J Appl Microbiol, 105: 1277–1285. This paper utilizes PCR-DGGE analysis of the 16SrRNA gene fragments to define bacteria found within insect guts. 1 Introduction to Layering of Bacterial Communities Life in its most basic form occurs in four bands around the Earth. Of the four bands, we are most familiar with the second band that forms the surface biosphere and includes virtually all plants and animals as well as many of the bacterial communities that humans perceive to be important, However, the bacterial communities dominate the other bands of life—often virtually unseen and mostly unrecognized.
Assessment of C:N Ratios and Water Potential for Nitrogen Optimization in Diesel Bioremediation by Claudia M Walecka-Hutchison; James L Walworth