Microorganisms can readily adapt through various evolutionary processes and hence, they reside in a vast array of natural environments and sustain various biogeochemical cycles. Thus, understanding these cycles has hinged on our ability to characterize bacterial diversity. Several molecular techniques have been used for the assessment of bacterial diversity at different levels of resolution (i.e., genus, species or strain). See: summary and concluding remarks. ... Zie Summary
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