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Community interactions Interactions have been treated as a central feature of communities since the early 1900s, but how these interactions are interpreted has changed many times. Clements (1916) described succession in plant communities, or ‘seres’ as he called them, as a series of associations from pioneer to climax communities.

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Interactions in the microbiome: communities of organisms and communities of genes. Boon E(1), Meehan CJ, Whidden C, Wong DH, Langille MG, Beiko RG. Author information: (1)Department of Biology, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS, Canada. A central challenge in microbial community ecology is the delineation of appropriate units of biodiversity, which can be taxonomic, phylogenetic, or

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Interactions in the microbiome: communities of organisms ...

2014-01-01  Community interactions Interactions have been treated as a central feature of communities since the early 1900s, but how these interactions are interpreted has changed many times. Clements (1916) described succession in plant communities, or ‘seres’ as he called them, as a series of associations from pioneer to climax communities.

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2014-06-03  Interactions in the microbiome: communities of organisms and communities of genes. FEMS Microbiol Rev. 2014 Jan;38(1):90-118. Authors: Boon E, Meehan CJ, Whidden C, Wong DH, Langille MG, Beiko RG. Abstract A central challenge in microbial community ecology is the delineation of appropriate units of biodiversity, which can be taxonomic, phylogenetic, or functional in nature. The term 'community ...

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Interactions in the microbiome: communities of organisms ...

Interactions in the microbiome: communities of organisms and communities of genes Eva Boon 1 , Conor J. Meehan 2,3 , Chris Whidden 2 , Dennis H.-J. Wong 2,4 , Morgan G.I. Langille 2

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Interactions in the microbiome: communities of organisms and communities of genes. FEMS Microbiology Reviews. Eva Boon. Morgan Langille. Morgan Langille. Morgan Langille. Eva Boon. Morgan Langille. Morgan Langille. Morgan Langille. Download with Google Download with Facebook. or. Create a free account to download. Download Full PDF Package . This paper. A short summary of this paper.

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2014-06-03  Interactions in the microbiome: communities of organisms and communities of genes. FEMS Microbiol Rev. 2014 Jan;38(1):90-118. Authors: Boon E, Meehan CJ, Whidden C, Wong DH, Langille MG, Beiko RG. Abstract A central challenge in microbial community ecology is the delineation of appropriate units of biodiversity, which can be taxonomic, phylogenetic, or functional in nature. The term 'community ...

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Interactions in the microbiome: communities of organisms ...

Community interactions Interactions have been treated as a central feature of communities since the early 1900s, but how these interactions are interpreted has changed many times. Clements (1916)described succession in plant communities, or ‘seres’ as he called them, as a series of associations from pioneer to climax communities.

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Interactions in the microbiome: communities of organisms ...

2013-08-28  Eva Boon 1, Conor J. Meehan 2,3, Chris Whidden 2, Dennis H.-J. Wong 2,4, Morgan G.I. Langille 2 and; Robert G. Beiko 2,* Article first published online: 28 AUG 2013 ...

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Deciphering microbial interactions in synthetic human gut ...

Deciphering microbial interactions in synthetic human gut microbiome communities The ecological forces that govern the assembly and stability of the human gut microbiota remain unresolved. We developed a generalizable model-guided framework to predict higher-dimensional consortia from time-resolved measurements of lower-order assemblages.

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Deciphering microbial interactions in synthetic human gut ...

This method was employed to decipher microbial interac- tions in a diverse human gut microbiome synthetic community. We show that pairwise interactions are major drivers of multi- species community dynamics, as opposed to higher-order interac-

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The impact of interactions on invasion and colonization ...

2021-01-22  Such interactions are common in microbial communities and are important determinants of community assembly and other processes, but they are by no means the only important microbial interactions. For example, in many microbiota, contact dependent growth inhibition [ 66 ] and type VI secretion systems [ 67 ] are critical mechanisms of bacterial

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The ecology of the microbiome: Networks, competition, and ...

Coyte et al. applied concepts and tools from community ecology to gut microbiome assembly. Independently developed models converged on a surprising answer: A high diversity of species is

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Trophic interactions as determinants of the ... - Microbiome

2020-10-02  Within trophic interactions, the direction and strength to which the predation of fungivores affect the AMF community remains a matter of debate. So far, scarce attention has been paid to the impact of trophic feeding on the AMF community, restricting our ability to better predict AMF dynamics in the rhizosphere.

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Frontiers New Insights Into the Cancer–Microbiome–Immune ...

Intuitively, the microbiome-immune system interaction is bidirectional in nature, with gut microbiome helping with immune maturation and immune system helping sculpt gut microbiome composition. For instance, depletion of Foxp3 + T regs can lead to long term enrichment of Firmicutes as well as transient changes in Prevotella , Akkermansia , and Oscillospira ( 83 ).

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Interactions in the microbiome: communities of organisms ...

Interactions in the microbiome: communities of organisms and communities of genes Eva Boon 1 , Conor J. Meehan 2,3 , Chris Whidden 2 , Dennis H.-J. Wong 2,4 , Morgan G.I. Langille 2

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Interactions in the microbiome: communities of organisms ...

2013-08-28  Eva Boon 1, Conor J. Meehan 2,3, Chris Whidden 2, Dennis H.-J. Wong 2,4, Morgan G.I. Langille 2 and; Robert G. Beiko 2,* Article first published online: 28 AUG 2013 ...

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Interactions in the microbiome: communities of organisms ...

Interactions in the microbiome: communities of organisms and communities of genes. E. Boon, C.J. Meehan, Chr. Whidden, Dennis H. J. Wong, M.G.I. Langille, R.G. Beiko. Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Academic › peer-review. 102 Citations (Scopus) Overview; Fingerprint; Abstract. A central challenge in microbial community ecology is the

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Interactions in the microbiome: communities of organisms ...

2014-01-01  Interactions in the microbiome: communities of organisms and communities of genes Boon, Eva; Meehan, Conor J.; Whidden, Chris; Wong, Dennis H.‐J.; Langille, Morgan G.I.; Beiko, Robert G. 2014-01-01 00:00:00 Introduction Microorganisms are everywhere, but they rarely act alone. The best illustration of this fact is the ‘Great Plate Count Anomaly’ (Staley

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Interactions in the microbiome: communities of organisms ...

Interactions in the microbiome: communities of organisms and communities of genes. FEMS Microbiol Rev. 2014; 38(1):90-118 (ISSN: 1574-6976) Boon E; Meehan CJ; Whidden C; Wong DH; Langille MG; Beiko RG. A central challenge in microbial community ecology is the delineation of appropriate units of biodiversity, which can be taxonomic, phylogenetic, or functional in nature. The term 'community

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Interactions in the microbiome: communities of organisms ...

Interactions in the microbiome: communities of organisms and communities of genes. E. Boon, C.J. Meehan, Chr. Whidden, Dennis H. J. Wong, M.G.I. Langille, R.G. Beiko . Onderzoeksoutput: Bijdrage aan tijdschrift › Tijdschriftartikel › Academic › peer review. 101 Citaten (Scopus) Overzicht; Vingerafdruk; Samenvatting. A central challenge in microbial community

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Frontiers Host-Microbiome Interactions in the Era of ...

2020-10-14  Acknowledging the taxonomic and functional heterogeneity in microbial communities, it is particularly interesting to examine the degree of adaptation and variability of host responses to microbial challenges. Analysis of microbes at the single-cell level can not only provide insight into the microbiome, but offer the potential to better characterize the

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Microbiome interactions shape host fitness PNAS

2018-12-18  The microbiome interactions are as important as the individual species in shaping these fundamental aspects of fly physiology. All animals have associated microbial communities called microbiomes that influence the physiology and fitness of their host. It is unclear to what extent individual microbial species versus interactions between them influence the host.

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Microbial and host interactions in the gut microbiome

PhD project title: Microbial and host interactions in the gut microbiome. University of Registration: University of Birmingham. Project outline: Gut microbiome and health. We have known from poorly germ free animals that gut microbes are important for the health of the animal or human host for a long time, but only with the recent revolution of next generation

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Interactions in the microbiome: communities of organisms and communities

Interactions in the microbiome: communities of organisms and communities of genes Eva Boon 1 , Conor J. Meehan 2,3 , Chris Whidden 2 , Dennis H.-J. Wong 2,4 , Morgan G.I. Langille 2

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Interactions in the microbiome: communities of organisms and communities

Interactions in the microbiome: communities of organisms and communities of genes. FEMS Microbiol Rev. 2014; 38(1):90-118 (ISSN: 1574-6976) Boon E; Meehan CJ; Whidden C; Wong DH; Langille MG; Beiko RG. A central challenge in microbial community ecology is the delineation of appropriate units of biodiversity, which can be taxonomic, phylogenetic, or functional in nature. The term 'community

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Interactions in the microbiome: communities of organisms and communities

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Plant Microbiome: Interactions, Mechanisms of Action, and

The interactions between a plant and its microbiome are highly complex and dynamic in nature. The plant immune system in particular is thought to have a profound impact in determining the plant microbiome structure and diversity.Characterizing the plant microbiome and its function could be applied for better crop design and management, especially in resource-limited

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Frontiers Transitioning from Microbiome Composition to Microbial Community Interactions: The Potential

Microbiome engineering also allows the studying of the emergence of new interactions between community members and how this affects the productivity and long-term stability of the microbiome and also on how it impacts on host fitness (Mueller and Sachs, 2015). This is especially of interest in times of rapid environmental change, where shifted interactions within the microbiome

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Ecological rules for the assembly of microbiome communities

2021-02-19  Humans and many other hosts establish a diverse community of beneficial microbes anew each generation, but what determines the success of the assembly process remains poorly understood. This study develops ecological theory that reveals the rules underlying the assembly of such host-associated microbiota.

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What are the implications of drug-gut microbiome interactions

A recent narrative review in Gut sheds some light on the clinical impact of interactions between drugs and the gut microbiome. Although antibiotics are already known to affect gut microbiome diversity, in recent years several human cohort studies have reported that a number of drugs designed to act on human cells also appear to interfere with ...

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Frontiers Host-Microbiome Interactions in the Era of Single-Cell

2020-10-14  Acknowledging the taxonomic and functional heterogeneity in microbial communities, it is particularly interesting to examine the degree of adaptation and variability of host responses to microbial challenges. Analysis of microbes at the single-cell level can not only provide insight into the microbiome, but offer the potential to better characterize the

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Frontiers Microbiome Interaction Networks and Community

2018-09-10  Microbial interactions are an underappreciated force in shaping insect microbiome communities. Although pairwise patterns of symbiont interactions have been identified, we have a poor understanding regarding the scale and the nature of co-occurrence and co-exclusion interactions within the microbiome. To characterize these patterns in mosquitoes, we sequenced the bacterial microbiome

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Frontiers New Insights Into the Cancer–Microbiome–Immune

Intuitively, the microbiome-immune system interaction is bidirectional in nature, with gut microbiome helping with immune maturation and immune system helping sculpt gut microbiome composition. For instance, depletion of Foxp3 + T regs can lead to long term enrichment of Firmicutes as well as transient changes in Prevotella , Akkermansia , and Oscillospira ( 83 ).

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