The Metaproteomic Analysis of Arctic Soils with Novel Bioinformatic Methods

Samuel Miller
Microbes control the decomposition of soil organic matter, a key biogeochemical process significant to global climate. The complex chemistry of soils and the great diversity of microbial strains with flexible metabolic capabilities have impeded the elucidation of degradation pathways from plant tissues to greenhouse gases. A mechanistic understanding of soil processes can improve models used to predict the fate of vast quantities of carbon stored in Arctic soils. Arctic warming is accelerating microbial decomposition but...
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