Abundance of 16S rRNA and methane-related genes in water, sediments and surrounding soils of antarctic lakes from King George Island

Published: 16 November 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/j6x66733m8.1
Contributors:
Céline Lavergne,

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The file contains two tables: Table. Abundance of 16S rRNA and methane-related genes in water and sediments of the studied antarctic lakes during ice-free season measured by quantitative PCR and corresponding extraction details, gas fluxes and dissolved concentrations. R1 and R2 are technical replicates. NA stands for "not applicable". NS stands for "not shown", the gas fluxes and concentrations of L2 are detailed in the main manuscript associated to the dataset. Table. Abundance of 16S rRNA and methane-related genes in soils surrounding Antarctic lakes during ice-free season measured by quantitative PCR and corresponding extraction details. R1 and R2 are technical replicates; ND = not detected, NA = for L5, no dry weight was measured so abundance normalization per gram of dry weight was not possible hence, abundance is presented per gram of fresh soil. Dataset associated to a research article in preparation by Thalasso et al. as a part of a research project INACH RT14-15

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Institutions

Universidad de Magallanes, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso

Categories

Molecular Biology, Antarctica, Microbial Ecology, Methane Cycling

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