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Pierre Taberlet, Aurélie Bonin, Lucie Zinger, and Eric Coissac

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9780198767220

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: March 2018

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780198767220.001.0001

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Host-associated microbiota

Host-associated microbiota

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(p.127) Chapter 16 Host-associated microbiota
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Environmental DNA
Author(s):

Pierre Taberlet

Aurélie Bonin

Lucie Zinger

Eric Coissac

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780198767220.003.0016

DNA-based approaches have enabled the multifaceted role of microbes for the fitness and performance of their host to be revealed. The increasing recognition of the crucial role of microorganisms for the fitness and performance of plants and animals has led to the concepts of holobiont (i.e., a host and its microbiota), and hologenome (i.e., the collective genomes of a holobiont). Here a brief review is provided of the advances that have been made in this field by using DNA-based approaches. Chapter 16 “Host-associated microbiota” summarizes this area of research by presenting past and recent major findings, as well as new research avenues for unraveling host-microbiota interactions in non-model animals and plants.

Keywords:   Microbe, Host, Hologenome, host–microbiota interactions, holobiont

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