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Title: Diversity and transport of bacteria and viruses in soils following irrigation with recycled water 
Author: Huang, Tieshi
Date: 2003-12
Publisher: University of Hawaii at Manoa
Abstract: Field and laboratory analyses were conducted to study bacteria and virus transport and diversity in surface soils following irrigation with recycled water. Field test plots were irrigated with R-1 (oxidized, filtered, disinfected) water and tap water, and pan lysimeters were used to collect leachate water samples. R-1, R-2 (oxidized, disinfected), R-3 (oxidized only) and tap water were applied to soil columns. Fecal coliform and coliphage were only found in the leachate from the R-3 soil column. Polymerase chain reaction denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis analysis (PCR-DGGE) of 165 rRNA genes was used to analyze the bacterial population in leachate and soil samples from different depths. The R-1 field test plot had a more diversified bacterial community than a tap water control plot. Surface soils from field test plots had more bacteria species than that of bottom soils. Different DGGE banding profiles were found at different depths in R-1, R-2 and R-3 effluent soil columns. UV dosage did have some effect on soil microbial diversity.
Description: ix, 42 leaves
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/7033
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