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#34329942 2021/07/27 To Up
The spatial organization of microbial communities during range expansion.Microbes in nature often live in dense and diverse communities exhibiting a variety of spatial structures. Microbial range expansion is a universal ecological process that enables populations to form spatial patterns. It can be driven by both passive and active processes, for example, mechanical forces from cell growth and bacterial motility. In this review, we provide a taste of recent creative and sophisticated efforts being made to address basic questions in spatial ecology and pattern formation during range expansion. We especially highlight the role of motility to shape community structures, and discuss the research challenges and future directions.
Weirong Liu, Taku A Tokuyasu, Xiongfei Fu, Chenli Liu
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#34329527 2021/07/30 To Up
Plasma nontargeted peptidomics discovers potential biomarkers for major depressive disorder.There are great demands for identifying biomarkers of major depressive disorder (MDD), a common mental illness with a prevalence of approximately 6%. Finding potential biomarkers to aid MDD diagnosis is in high demand.
Yi Wang, Xinxin Liu, Dan Liu, Mengchun Cheng, Nan Zhao, Meixi He, Xiaozhe Zhang
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#34329111 2021/06/29 To Up
Reduction of antibiotic resistance determinants in urban wastewater by ozone: Emphasis on the impact of wastewater matrix towards the inactivation kinetics, toxicity and bacterial regrowth.This study investigated the impact of bench-scale ozonation on the inactivation of total cultivable and antibiotic-resistant bacteria (faecal coliforms, Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Enterococcus spp., and total heterotrophs), and the reduction of gene markers (16S rRNA and intl1) and antibiotic resistance genes (qacEÎ1, sul1, aadA1 and dfrA1) indigenously present in wastewater effluents treated by membrane bioreactor (MBR) or conventional activated sludge (CAS). The Chick-Watson model-predicted ozone exposure (CT) requirements, showed that higher CT values were needed for CAS- than MBR-treated effluents to achieve a 3-log reduction of each microbial group, i.e., ~30 and 10 gO min gDOC respectively. Ozonation was efficient in inactivating the examined antibiotic-resistant bacteria, and no bacterial regrowth was observed after 72Â h. The genes abundance decreased significantly by ozone, but an increase in their abundance was detected 72Â h after storage of the treated samples. A very low removal of DOC was achieved and at the same time phyto- and eco-toxicity increased after the ozonation treatment in both wastewater matrices. The gene abundance, regrowth and toxicity results of this study may be of high environmental significance for comprehensive evaluation of ozone and may guide future studies in assessing these parameters for other oxidants/disinfectants.
I C Iakovides, K Manoli, P Karaolia, I Michael-Kordatou, C M Manaia, D Fatta-Kassinos
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#34329092 2021/07/17 To Up
Evaluating the interaction of soil microorganisms and gut of soil fauna on the fate and spread of antibiotic resistance genes in digested sludge-amended soil ecosystem.Earthworms have shown their effectiveness in reducing the abundances of antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs) from solid waste. However, the mechanisms of the reduced ARGs by earthworm and whether the solid waste would affect the ARGs profile in earthworm gut were poorly understood. Herein, the patterns of ARGs and microbial communities in digested sludge-amended soil and earthworm gut after 80-day cultivation were investigated. Results show that the enrichment of ARGs (e.g., tetA, tetQ, and sulII) in soil caused by digested sludge-amendment was temporary and would recover to their original levels before amendment. In addition, earthworms could contribute to the further reduction of ARG abundances, which was mainly attributed to their gut digestion via shifting the microbial community (e.g., attenuating the anaerobes). However, the amended soil could significantly increase ARGs abundance in the earthworm gut, which may enhance the potential risk of ARGs spread via the food chain. These findings may provide a new sight on the control of ARGs occurrence and dissemination in sludge-amended soil ecosystem with consideration of earthworms.
Zheng-Hao Li, Li Yuan, Wei Shao, Guo-Ping Sheng
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#34329071 2021/07/21 To Up
Influence of sulfur amendments on heavy metals phytoextraction from agricultural contaminated soils: A meta-analysis.Heavy metal pollution is becoming recurrent and threatens biota biosafety in many agricultural fields. Diverse solutions explore the application of amendments to enable remediation. Sulfur represents a nonmetallic chemical element that actively affects heavy metals phytoextraction, and promotes and alternatively mitigates soil functions. In this study, we conduct a meta-analysis to synthesize the current knowledge on the influence of sulfur amendments on plants heavy metals uptake from contaminated soil media. Random-effects model was used to summarize effect sizes from 524 data points extracted from 30 peer reviewed studies. The phytoextraction of cadmium, chromium and nickel were 1.6-, 3.3-, and 12.6-fold, respectively, higher when sulfur amendment was applied; while copper uptake was 0.3-fold lower. Irrespective of the sulfur type, heavy metal extraction increased with the raising sulfur stress. Individual organs showed significant differences of heavy metal uptake between sulfur applied and non-sulfur treatments, and combined organs did not. The heavy metals uptake in leaves and roots were higher in sulfur applied than non-sulfur applied treatments, while those in grain, husk, and stalks were lower. The heavy metals phytoextraction (response ratio) followed the order roots > leaves > stalk > grain > husk. Moreover, heavy metals uptake was 2-fold higher in the sulfur applied than the non-sulfur treatments under ideal (5.5-8) and alkaline conditions (8-14), and 0.2-fold lower under acidic pH (1-5.5). Cadmium, manganese and nickel, and chromium were the most extracted under sulfur application by Vicia sp., Sorghum sp. and Brassica sp., respectively; while chromium, manganese, and iron were the most uptake without sulfur amendments by Oryza sp., Zea sp. and Sorghum sp., respectively. Our study highlights that the influence of sulfur on heavy metal phytoextraction depends on the single or combined effects of sulfur stress intensity, sulfur compounds, plant organ, plant type, and soil pH condition.
Sissou Zakari, Xiaojin Jiang, Xiai Zhu, Wenjie Liu, M Gloriose B Allakonon, Ashutosh Kumar Singh, Chunfeng Chen, Xin Zou, P B IrÃ©nikatchÃ© AkponikpÃ¨, Gbadamassi G O Dossa, Bin Yang
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#34329067 2021/07/05 To Up
A new method of predicting the contribution of TGM to Hg in white rice: Using leaf THg and implications for Hg risk control in Wanshan Hg mine area.Rice plants accumulate Hg from the soil and ambient air, however, evaluating the contribution of Hg from these two sources remains challenging. Here, we proposed a practical method to predict the contribution of total gaseous mercury (TGM) to Hg in white rice in Wanshan Hg mine area (WMM). In this study, rice was planted in the same low-Hg soil at different sites of WMM with varying TGM levels. Comparing to the control sites at IG (Institute of Geochemistry, Guiyang), TGM is the dominant source of Hg in rice leaves and white rice at TB (Tianba) and ZJW (Zhangjiawan) sites of WMM. Subsequently, a good correlation between the Hg concentrations in rice leaves and the concentration contributions of TGM to Hg in white rice was obtained. Such a correlation enabled feasible quantification of the contribution of TGM to Hg in white rice collected from the Wanshan Hg mine. The contribution of TGM to Hg in white rice across the WMM area was also estimated, demonstrating that white rice receives 14-83% of Hg from the air. Considering the high contribution of TGM to Hg in white rice, we compared the relative health risks of Hg via inhalation and rice consumption and found that inhalation, rather than rice consumption, was the major pathway for bioaccessible Hg exposure in adults at high-TGM sites. This study provides new knowledge of Hg biogeochemistry in Hg-mining areas.
Chuanyu Chang, Runsheng Yin, Fang Huang, Ruirui Wang, Chongying Chen, Kang Mao, Xinbin Feng, Hua Zhang
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#34329002 2021/06/11 To Up
Shotgun metagenomics assessment of the resistome, mobilome, pathogen dynamics and their ecological control modes in full-scale urban wastewater treatment plants.The conventional activated sludge (CAS) process has limited capacity to remove pathogenic microorganisms and antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs), compared to membrane bioreactors (MBRs). However, the full extent of pathogenic microbial fraction, resistome (antibiotic and biocide resistance genes, ARGs and BRGs) and mobilome (mobile genetic elements, MGE) of urban wastewater treatment plant (UWTP) influents and effluents remains unknown. Thus, the fate of putative pathogenic bacteria, ARGs and potential co-occurrence patterns with BRGs, MGEs and bacterial-predatory microorganisms was determined in two full-scale UWTPs, a MBR and a CAS system, using shotgun metagenomics. Both UWTPs significantly reduced the BOD (99.4-99.9%), COD (97.6-99.4%) and TSS (98.9-99.9%). MBR was more effective in reducing the abundance and diversity of pathogen-containing taxa, with 4 and 30 taxa enriched in MBR and CAS effluents, respectively. MBR treatment favored resistance genes associated with triclosan, whereas CAS effluents contained ARGs associated with antibiotics of clinical importance. Correlations between putative pathogenic bacteria, ARG/BRGs/MGEs and bacterial-predatory microorganisms suggested that: (i) opportunistic pathogens (Clostridia, Nocardia) may acquire ARGs against first-line treatments and (ii) bacteriophages may act as a biogenic mechanism of pathogen removal. These findings reinforce the MBR capacity to retain pathogenic components, hence reducing potential health risks associated with treated wastewater reuse.
Popi Karaolia, Sotirios Vasileiadis, Stella G Michael, Dimitrios G Karpouzas, Despo Fatta-Kassinos
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#34328969 2021/06/10 To Up
The super typhoon Lekima (2019) resulted in massive losses in large seagrass (Zostera japonica) meadows, soil organic carbon and nitrogen pools in the intertidal Yellow River Delta, China.Seagrass meadows are key ecosystems, and they are among the most threatened habitats on the planet. Increased numbers of extreme climate events, such as hurricanes and marine heatwaves have caused severe damage to global seagrass meadows. The largest Zostera japonica meadows in China are located in the Yellow River Delta. It had a distribution area of 1031.8 ha prior to August 2019 when the Yellow River Delta was severely impacted by the passage of typhoon Lekima. In this study, we compared field data collected before and after the typhoon to determine its impact on seagrass beds in the Yellow River Delta. The super typhoon caused dramatic changes in Z. japonica in the Yellow River Delta, resulting in a greater than 100-fold decrease in distribution area, a greater than 35% loss of soil organic carbon, and a greater than 65% loss of soil total nitrogen in the top 35 cm sediments. Owing to the lack of seeds and overwintering shoots, as well as the small remaining distribution area, recovery was impossible, even though environmental factors were still suitable for species growth. Thus, restoration efforts are required for seagrass meadow recovery. Additionally, the long-term monitoring of this meadow will provide new information on the ecosystem's status and will be useful for future protection.
Shidong Yue, Xiaomei Zhang, Shaochun Xu, Mingjie Liu, Yongliang Qiao, Yu Zhang, Junhua Liang, Andong Wang, Yi Zhou
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