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Insights into the mechnisms of the differential abilities of two N2O reducers, Pseudomonas sp., isolated from paddy soil
Microbial reduction of nitrous oxide (N 2 O) in soil plays an important role in mitigating N 2 O emission, and it is the only known biological process for N 2 O sink. However, it is not clear about the mechnisms of differential N 2 O reducing function of N 2 O reducers. In this study, the N 2 O reducing activities and nosZ gene transcript abundance of two N 2 O reducers named P. veronii DM15 (DM15) and P. frederiksbergensis DM22 (DM22) were determined under varied temperature and oxygendoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-719894/v1 fatcat:4qtp5wo4qnbk7dhfctl6y2cxfi