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Ladau J, Shi Y, Jing X, He J-S, Chen LT, Lin XG, Fierer N, Gilbert JA, Pollard KS, Chu HY 2018. Existing Climate Change Will Lead to Pronounced Shifts in the Diversity of Soil Prokaryotes. mSystems 3: e00167-18.
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