Special Issue "Diversity and Ecological Roles of Actinomycetes"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 March 2022) | Viewed by 812
Interests: microbial ecology and diversity; microbial systematics; biodiscovery; microbial biotechnology applied; environmental and industrial microbiology; marine microbiology; biological control; actinomycetology; bacteriophages
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The phylum Actinobacteria is composed of phylogenetically and physiologically diverse bacteria including the group commonly termed ”actinomycetes”. Actinomycetes greatly contribute to the maintenance of healthy ecosystems via their metabolic activities. For example, they contribute to the carbon cycle and participate in symbiosis with insects and animals. Their hydrolytic abilities contribute to the break-down of organic material and their diverse natural products include the production of plant growth hormones and antimicrobials that contribute to plant health. They are ubiquitous; however, their specialized functions can be site-specific. I invite you to contribute to this Special Issue with an original research article on the “Diversity and Ecological Roles of Actinomycetes” in environments ranging from marine to terrestrial, polar, and other extreme environments.
Dr. Ipek Kurtboke
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- ecosystem health
- phylogenetic diversity.