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Analysis of Bacterial Communities of King George and Deception Islands, Antarctica using High-Throughput Sequencing
King George Island (KGI) and Deception Island (DCI) are members of the South Shetland Islands in Antarctica, each with their own landscape and local environmental factors. Both sites are suitable for longterm monitoring of bacterial diversity shift due to warming, as temperature rises relatively faster than East Antarctica. This study was conducted to determine and compare the baseline diversity of soil bacteria in KGI and DCI. 16S rDNA amplicons of bacteria from both sites were sequenced usingdoi:10.18520/cs/v115/i9/1701-1705 fatcat:s4ufkuv57fcmzp5bxgnvi2zntm