Most viewed Microbiology articles in October 2015

Multiple adaptations to polar and alpine environments within cyanobacteria: a phylogenomic and Bayesian approach
Nathan A. M. Chrismas, Alexandre M. Anesio and Patricia Sanchez-Baracaldo*

Genome reconstructions indicate the partitioning of ecological functions inside a phytoplankton bloom in the Amundsen Sea, Antarctica
Tom O. Delmont, A. Murat Eren, Joseph H. Vineis and Anton F. Post*

Cross-biome comparison of microbial association networks
Karoline Faust, Gipsi Lima-Mendez, Jean-Sébastien Lerat, Jarupon F. Sathirapongsasuti, Rob Knight, Curtis Huttenhower, Tom Lenaerts and Jeroen Raes*

Metabolic functions of Pseudomonas fluorescens strains from Populus deltoides depend on rhizosphere or endosphere isolation compartment
Collin M. Timm, Alisha G. Campbell, Sagar M. Utturkar, Se-Ran Jun, Rebecca E. Parales, Watumesa A. Tan, Michael S. Robeson, Tse-Yuan S. Lu, Sara Jawdy, Steven D. Brown, David W. Ussery, Christopher W. Schadt, Gerald A. Tuskan, Mitchel J. Doktycz, David J. Weston and Dale A. Pelletier*

Diversity and functions of volatile organic compounds produced by Streptomyces from a disease-suppressive soil
Viviane Cordovez, Victor J. Carrion, Desalegn W. Etalo, Roland Mumm, Hua Zhu, Gilles P. van Wezel and Jos M. Raaijmakers*

Heterologous xylose isomerase pathway and evolutionary engineering improve xylose utilization in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Xin Qi, Jian Zha, Gao-Gang Liu, Weiwen Zhang, Bing-Zhi Liand Ying-Jin Yuan

FvBck1, a component of cell wall integrity MAP kinase pathway, is required for virulence and oxidative stress response in sugarcane Pokkah boeng pathogen
Chengkang Zhang, Jianqiang Wang, Hong Tao, Xie Dang, Yang Wang, Miaoping Chen, Zhenzhen Zhai, Wenying Yu, Liping Xu, Won-Bo Shim, Guodong Lu* and Zonghua Wang*

Actinomycetes from the South China Sea sponges: isolation, diversity and potential for aromatic polyketides discovery
Wei Sun, Fengli Zhang, Liming He,Loganathan Karthik and Zhiyong Li*

Nitrate and ammonia as nitrogen sources for deep subsurface microorganisms
Heini Kutvonen, Pauliina Rajala, Leena Carpén and Malin Bomberg*

An abundance of Epsilonproteobacteria revealed in the gut microbiome of the laboratory cultured sea urchin, Lytechinus variegatus
Joseph A. Hakim, Hyunmin Koo, Lacey N. Dennis, Ranjit Kumar, Travis Ptacek, Casey D. Morrow, Elliot J. Lefkowitz, Mickie L. Powell, Asim K. Bej and Stephen A. Watts*

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