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Microbial Community Associated with Groundwaters Discharge in Transylvania (Romania) and Balaton Highland (Hungary)
In the present study, water samples from 8 sites known as: Taploca, Nagy-borvíz, Piricske (located in Romania) and Szent Jakab, Kiskút, Kossuth Lajos, Polányi kút and Berzsenyi (located in Balaton highland in Hungary) and characterized with low nutrient content, were studied using cultivation independent methods. Diversity indices and cell counts were determined to assess the species richness in relation to the cell counts within the samples. Next generation sequencing was used to reveal thedoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-1681886/v1 fatcat:spdae2istfh2nf3jjn5rtthc3y