Yendi E Navarro-Noya

Yendi E Navarro-Noya
Universidad Autónoma de Tlaxcala · Centro de Investigación en Ciencias Biológicas

Ph D

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September 2014 - present
Universidad Autónoma de Tlaxcala
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  • Académico Cátedras Conacyt
August 2011 - August 2014
Center for Research and Advanced Studies of the National Polytechnic Institute
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  • PostDoc Position

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Publications (90)
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To increase our knowledge on how application of organic material alters soil microbial populations and functionality, shotgun metagenomic sequencing was used to determine the microbial communities and their potential functionality in an arable soil amended with young maize plants (Zea mays L.) in a laboratory experiment after 3 days. The relative a...
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Crop residue management and tillage are known to affect the soil bacterial community, but when and which bacterial groups are enriched by application of ammonium in soil under different agricultural practices from a semi-arid ecosystem is still poorly understood. Soil was sampled from a long-term agronomic experiment with conventional tilled beds a...
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We studied the effect of sustainable conservation agricultural practices versus intensive conventional ones on the soil microbial diversity, potential functionality, and community assembly in rhizosphere of maize cultivated in a semiarid environment. We found that conservation agriculture practices increased the diversity of soil microbial species...
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The gut microbiota influences the phenotype and fitness of a host; however, limited information is currently available on the diversity and functions of the gut microbiota in wild animals. Therefore, we herein examined the diversity, composition, and potential functions of the gut microbiota in three Sceloporus lizards: Sceloporus aeneus, S. bicant...
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Microorganisms are often applied as biofertilizer to crops to stimulate plant growth, increase yields and reduce inorganic N application. The survival and proliferation of these allochthonous microorganisms in soil is a necessary requisite for them to promote plant growth. We applied a sterilized or unsterilized not commercialized bacterial consort...
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Land-use change is one of the most important drivers of change in biodiversity. Deforestation for grazing or agriculture has transformed large areas of temperate forest in the central highlands of Mexico, but its impact on soil fungal communities is still largely unknown. In this study, we determined how deforestation of a high-altitude temperate f...
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We studied three soils of the former lake Texcoco with different electrolytic conductivity (1.9 dS m−1, 17.3 dS m−1, and 33.4 dS m−1) and pH (9.3, 10.4, and 10.3) amended with young maize plants and their neutral detergent fibre (NDF) fraction and aerobically incubated in the laboratory for 14 days while the soil bacterial community structure was m...
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Introduction: Halophiles can be found in hypersaline environments and they can synthesize products of industrial interest. Method: In this work, 37 bacterial strains were isolated from the sediment of a dried-out maar of the “Hoya Rincón de Parangueo” (Mexico) on different culture media with 20% NaCl and pH 9, while potential industrial extracellu...
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Rhizosphere and root endophytic bacteria are crucial for plant development, but the question remains if their composition is similar and how environmental conditions, such as water content, affect their resemblance. Ricinus communis L., a highly drought resistant plant, was used to study how varying soil water content affected the bacterial communi...
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Agricultural practices and changes in soil conditions, such as water content, inorganic N content, temperature, pH and organic material availability, affect the bacterial community structure. Soil characteristics and the bacterial community structure were monitored in soil with maize (Zea mays L.) and wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) rotation, zero til...
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PurposeImplementing practices that maximize water use efficiency in arid zones is important as agriculture relies mostly on irrigation in these agroecosystems. The aim of this study was to identify the effect of combining different sowing irrigation methods (dry and wet) with contrasting tillage practices (conventional practices and conservation ag...
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Ammonia-oxidizing bacteria (AOB) and aerobic methane oxidizing-bacteria (MOB) were studied in three extreme soils of the former Lake Texcoco, Mexico, with pH ranging from 8.5 to 10.5 and electrolytic conductivity (EC) from 0.67 to 84.76 dS m−1, and in two arable soils. Soil DNA was extracted with three different methods and total DNA was used as a...
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Background: High-altitude ecosystems are extreme environments that generate specific physiological, morphological, and behavioral adaptations in ectotherms. The shifts in gut microbiota of the ectothermic hosts as an adaptation to environmental changes are still largely unknown. We investigated the food ingested and the bacterial, fungal, and prot...
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Land‐use change has been identified as the most severe threat to biodiversity. Soils are important biodiversity reservoirs, but to what extent conversion of high altitude temperate forest to arable land affects taxonomic and functional soil biodiversity is still largely unknown. Shotgun metagenomics was used to determine the taxonomic and functiona...
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Purpose The “Hoya del Rincón de Parangueo (HRP)” is a maar that contained a perennial alkaline lake that drained in the 1980s so that a sediment with high pH and extreme salinity remained. The aim of this work was to determine how the bacterial and archaeal community was controlled by these extreme conditions. Materials and methods Sediment sample...
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Background: Terrestrial ecosystems play a significant role in carbon (C) storage. Human activities, such as urbanization, infrastructure, and land use change, can reduce significantly the C stored in the soil. The aim of this research was to measure the spatial variability of soil organic C (SOC) in the national park La Malinche (NPLM) in the cent...
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The amount of nanoparticles (NP), such as TiO 2 , has increased substantially in the environment. It is still largely unknown, however, how NP might interact with earthworms and organic material and how this might affect the bacterial community structure and their functionality. Therefore, an arable soil was amended with TiO 2 NP at 0, 150 or 300 m...
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Background: A great number of studies have shown that the distribution of microorganisms in the soil is not random, but that their abundance changes along environmental gradients (spatial patterns). The present study examined the spatial variability of the physicochemical characteristics of an extreme alkaline saline soil and how they controlled t...
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Livestock farms has adopted anaerobic digestion reactors (biodi-gesters) technology as an economically viable way for wastetreatment and energy production. Methane (CH4), the main pro-duced gas from this process is widely used in Europe, whilein Latin America, e.g., Mexico, has been recently introduced. Abiodigester (lagoon type) installed at a pig...
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Extreme salinity and alkalinity in soil is known to inhibit organic material decomposition and affect the bacterial community structure involved in its mineralization. Regular flooding of these soils will reduce salinity, which will alter the bacterial community involved in organic material mineralization. Soil of the former lake Texcoco with elect...
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Toxic compounds, such as 4-chlorophenol (4-CP), which is a common pollutant in wastewater, are removed efficiently from sequencing batch reactors (SBRs) by microorganisms. The bacterial community in aerobic granules formed during the removal of 4-CP in a SBR was monitored for 63days. The SBR reactor was operated with a constant filling and withdraw...
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Biogas production from animal waste is an economically viable way to reduce environmental pollution and produce valuable products, i.e., methane and a nutrient-rich organic waste product. An anaerobic digestion reactor for biogas production from pig waste was sampled at the entrance, middle (digestion chamber), and exit of a digester, while the bac...
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Agricultural practices, such as crop residue management and tillage, change biological, physical and chemical soil characteristics. The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of the application of bean plant residue (Phaseolus vulgaris L.), one of the major crops in Mexico, on the bacterial community structure in soil cultivated convention...
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Biodegradation of phenolic compounds in bioreactors is well documented, but the changes in the bacterial populations dynamics during degradation were not that often. A glass bubble column used as reactor was inoculated with activated sludge, spiked with 2-chlorophenol, phenol and m-cresol after 28 days and maintained for an additional 56 days, whil...
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Regular flooding of the soil to reduce salinity will change soil characteristics, but also the microbial community structure. Soil of the former lake Texcoco with electrolytic conductivity (EC) 157.4 dS m-1 and pH 10.3 was flooded monthly in the laboratory under controlled conditions for 10 months while soil characteristics were determined and the...
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Water infiltration, soil carbon content, aggregate stability and yields increased in conservation agriculture practices compared to conventionally ploughed control treatments at the Henderson research station near Mazowe (Zimbabwe). How these changes in soil characteristics affect the bacterial community structure and the bacteria involved in the d...
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Mixing soil or adding earthworms (Eisenia fetida (Savigny, 1826)) accelerated the removal of anthracene, a polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon, from a pasture and an arable soil, while a non-ionic surfactant (Surfynol® 485) inhibited the removal of the contaminant compared to the untreated soil. It was unclear if the treatments affected the soil bacter...
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The ratio [(Relative abundance of the bacterial group in the treated arable Otumba soil—Relative abundance of the bacterial group in the untreated arable Otumba soil)/Relative abundance of the bacterial group in the untreated arable Otumba soil × 100] of the most important bacterial groups affected positively by the application of maize plants at d...
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The ratio [(Relative abundance of the bacterial group in the treated Vera Cruz pasture soil—Relative abundance of the bacterial group in the untreated Vera Cruz pasture soil)/Relative abundance of the bacterial group in the untreated Vera Cruz pasture soil × 100] of the most important bacterial groups affected positively by the application of maize...
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Schematic overview of the sampling procedure. (TIF)
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The ratio [(Relative abundance of the bacterial group in the treated arable Otumba soil—Relative abundance of the bacterial group in the untreated arable Otumba soil)/Relative abundance of the bacterial group in the untreated arable Otumba soil × 100] of the most important bacterial groups affected positively by the application of maize plants at d...
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The ratio [(Relative abundance of the bacterial group in the treated Vera Cruz pasture soil—Relative abundance of the bacterial group in the untreated Vera Cruz pasture soil)/Relative abundance of the bacterial group in the untreated Vera Cruz pasture soil × 100] of the most important bacterial groups affected positively by the application of maize...
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The ratio [(Relative abundance of the bacterial group in the treated Vera Cruz pasture soil—Relative abundance of the bacterial group in the untreated Vera Cruz pasture soil)/Relative abundance of the bacterial group in the untreated Vera Cruz pasture soil × 100] of the most important bacterial groups affected positively by the application of maize...
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Heat-map of the most abundant bacterial groups. Abundance of the bacterial groups in the unamended arable (O) and pasture soil (V) (T1), or soil amended with acetone (T2), anthracene (T3), anthracene and mixed every week (T4), anthracene plus carrot residue (Daucus carota L.) (T5), anthracene plus carrot residue plus the earthworm Eisenia fetida (S...
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The ratio [(Relative abundance of the bacterial group in the treated arable Otumba soil—Relative abundance of the bacterial group in the untreated arable Otumba soil)/Relative abundance of the bacterial group in the untreated arable Otumba soil × 100] of the most important bacterial groups affected positively by the application of maize plants at d...
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The ratio [(Relative abundance of the bacterial group in the treated arable Otumba soil—Relative abundance of the bacterial group in the untreated arable Otumba soil)/Relative abundance of the bacterial group in the untreated arable Otumba soil × 100] of the most important bacterial groups affected positively by the application of maize plants at d...
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The ratio [(Relative abundance of the bacterial group in the treated Vera Cruz pasture soil—Relative abundance of the bacterial group in the untreated Vera Cruz pasture soil)/Relative abundance of the bacterial group in the untreated Vera Cruz pasture soil × 100] of the most important bacterial groups affected positively by the application of maize...
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Plant-associated microbes have specific beneficial functions and are considered key drivers for plant health. The bacterial community structure of healthy Anthurium andraeanum L. plants was studied by 16S rRNA gene pyrosequencing associated with different plant parts and the rhizosphere. A limited number of bacterial taxa, i.e., Sinorhizobium, Fimb...
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Conservation agriculture is a sustainable alternative to conventional agriculture. However, little is known about their effect on the environment and on the soil microbial community. It was established as a hypothesis that the bacterial community structure would be defined by the different agronomic practices. The objective of this study was, there...
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Aims: In this study the species indicator test was used to identify key bacterial taxa affected by changes in the soil environment as a result of conservation agriculture or conventional practices. Methods and results: Soils cultivated with wheat (Triticum spp. L.) and maize (Zea mays L.) under different raised bed planting systems for 20 years,...