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“…Other genera in the cluster containing Bacillus and Enterobacter are implicated in dissimilatory S reduction and have the ability to efficiently reduce nitrate to ammonium [ 42 ]. Coupling between ferric reduction and ammonium oxidation is reported in both paddy [ 43 ] and upland [ 44 ] soils, but our predicted microbial drivers have not been reported to drive ferric reduction process.…”
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“…Other genera in the cluster containing Bacillus and Enterobacter are implicated in dissimilatory S reduction and have the ability to efficiently reduce nitrate to ammonium [ 42 ]. Coupling between ferric reduction and ammonium oxidation is reported in both paddy [ 43 ] and upland [ 44 ] soils, but our predicted microbial drivers have not been reported to drive ferric reduction process.…”
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“…The terminal products of this process are either N2, NO2or NO3with N2 as the dominant product (Yang et al, 2012). Feammox rates are strongly positively correlated with the concentrations of microbially reducible Fe(III) ( Ding et al, 2014;Li et al, 2015b;Ding et al, 2019;Ding et al, 2020). Moreover, Fe(III) enhances the activity, distribution and diversity of microbial communities involved in Feammox Ding et al, 2017).…”
Section: Electron Transfer Role Of Fe In N Bioavailabilitymentioning
“…Feammox [anaerobic ammonium oxidation coupled to iron(III) reduction] is a pathway of nitrogen cycling identified recently and makes a contribution to nitrogen loss in various environments, such as terrestrial (e.g., wetland, tropical rainforest, and paddy soils) and aquatic ecosystem (e.g., freshwater and marine) in addition to denitrification, co-denitrification, and anaerobic ammonium oxidation (Clement et al, 2005;Yang et al, 2012;Ding et al, 2014Ding et al, , 2017Ding et al, , 2019Huang and Jaffé, 2014;Zhou et al, 2016). Previous studies showed that iron(III)-reducing bacteria such as Anaeromyxobacter, Pseudomonas, Geobacter, Desulfosporosinus, Dechloromonas, and Geothrix always dominated in the Feammox "pool" (Zhou et al, 2016;Li et al, 2019); however, these iron(III) reducers prefer to utilize organic carbon for iron(III) reduction.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…Previous studies showed that iron(III)-reducing bacteria such as Anaeromyxobacter, Pseudomonas, Geobacter, Desulfosporosinus, Dechloromonas, and Geothrix always dominated in the Feammox "pool" (Zhou et al, 2016;Li et al, 2019); however, these iron(III) reducers prefer to utilize organic carbon for iron(III) reduction. Only a minor part of iron(III) reduction (0.4-6.1%) by these bacteria is estimated to be associated with Feammox in the natural or artificial environments (Yang et al, 2012;Ding et al, 2014Ding et al, , 2017Ding et al, , 2019Li et al, 2015;Zhou et al, 2016). As a replacement, 15 NH 4 + is generally employed to trace the occurrence of Feammox; however, it is hard to directly identify the Feammox microbes through DNA or RNA stable isotope probing because the Feammox process results in conversion of 15 NH 4 + to 15 N 2 / 15 NO 3 − / 15 NO 2 − but not assimilation of 15 NH 4 + into DNA and RNA.…”
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