Therefore, this suggests that the Gammaproteobacteria identified in M-vent have the potential to use EET to oxidize Fe2+ contained in sulfide minerals, like pyrite and pyrrhotite, that make up the chimney structure. Expanded diversity of microbial groups that shape the dissimilatory sulfur cycle. Seewald JS, Doherty KW, Hammar TR, Liberatore SP. The completeness and contamination of MAGs were estimated via CheckM (v1.0.9) with lineage-specific markers genes [61]. Microbial community structure of hydrothermal deposits from geochemically different vent fields along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Miller CS, Baker BJ, Thomas BC, Singer SW, Banfield JF. CO oxidation: complete - coxM/L/S; uncomplete - coxL and one of coxS/M; partial - one of coxM/L/S. The red branches represent the cyc2 genes recovered from the active L-vent chimney, while the blue ones are those from recently inactive M-vent chimney. The difference between primary and secondary succession is that primary succession occurs when a new deep sea vent emerges.This is a newly formed habitat where there has never been a community before. Three of them encode the key enzyme of cbb3-type cytochrome c oxidase (Additional file 2: Table S10). Water-rock reactions at high temperatures generated by subsurface magmatic heating transforms the seawater percolating into the ocean crust into hot, reduced, metal-rich hydrothermal fluids that vent from the seafloor. Hydrothermal vents occur due to tectonic activity whereby fractures in the sea floor allow water to seep down, leach minerals and be erupted in a violent explosion. A venting black smoker emits jets of particle-laden fluids. Environ Microbiol. Mol Biol Evol. Front Microbiol. How to build a black smoker chimney. A phylogenic tree was generated by using IQ-tree (v1.6.6) using parameters: iqtree -m LG+C60+F+G -alrt 1000 -bb 1000 [57]. That is also supported by the enrichment of genes for carbohydrate degradation (CAZyme) identified in their MAGs, especially for the Calditrichaeota, FCB, and PVC group (Fig. It emphasizes the history of evolutionary thought and science, reviews the basic principles of evolutionary theory, and discusses their implications for modern life as well as state-of-the art technologies, such as genomics. Full-length 16S rRNA gene and a total of 173 high-quality metagenome assembled genomes (MAGs) were retrieved for comparative analysis. 2015;3:e1165. Index of replication (iRep) value is a quantitative measurement of the in situ replicate rates of bacterial MAGs based on their single-origin replication feature and sequencing coverage trend, which is a function of replicating population and number of replicate events [67]. Trends Microbiol. Methanogenesis/aerobic methane oxidation: complete - mcrA/G/B; uncomplete: two of mcrA/B/G; partial - one of mcrA/G/B. They contained not only the key genes encoding the complete sulfate reducing pathway (i.e., sat, aprA/B and dsrA/B), but also other essential marker genes like dsrD, the sulfite reductase-associated electron transfer complex (dsrM/K/J/O/P), and the electron transfer complex (QmoA/B/C) (Additional file 2: Table S8). Pjevac P, Meier DV, Markert S, Hentschker C, Schweder T, Becher D, Gruber-Vodicka HR, Richter M, Bach W, Amann R, Meyerdierks A. Metaproteogenomic profiling of microbial communities colonizing actively venting hydrothermal chimneys. Nakagawa S, Takaki Y, Shimamura S, Reysenbach AL, Takai K, Horikoshi K. Deep-sea vent epsilon-proteobacterial genomes provide insights into emergence of pathogens. For the Sox sulfur oxidation system, similar abundances were found for soxB from L- and M-vent; however, the majority of soxB from L-vent were assigned to Aquificae and Campylobacteria, while those from M-vent were largely assigned to Gamma- and Alphaproteobacteria (Additional file 1: Figure S3). Olins HC, Rogers DR, Frank KL, Vidoudez C, Girguis PR. In the M-vent chimney, narG/H were significantly enriched, with 43% of narG assigned to Alphaproteobacteria (Additional file 1: Figure S1b), while napA/B were more enriched in the active L-vent chimney, with 98% of napA assigned to Campylobacteria and Aquificae (Additional file 1: Figure S1a). For sqr, cyctochrome C oxidase, multi-heme cyc and cyc2, numbers represent the quantity of specific genes identified in the genomes/MAGs. ISME J. Because different independent automated binning methods reconstructed multiple similar MAGs from the same microbial taxa, we here used a modified method described in Park et al. The Creative Commons Public Domain Dedication waiver (http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/) applies to the data made available in this article, unless otherwise stated in a credit line to the data. Appl Environ Microbiol. Here, the phylogeny of dsrA was used to distinguish between the two types [54]. Collectively, microbial succession during the life span of a chimney could be described to proceed from a “fluid-shaped” microbial community in newly formed and actively venting chimneys supported by the oxidation of reductants in the hydrothermal fluid to a “mineral-shaped” community supported by the oxidation of minerals after hydrothermal activity has ceased. First, the decrease in temperature plays a key role in shaping the microbial community, changing from one dominated by thermophiles to one dominated by mesophiles and finally psychrophiles. Specific key genes and their accession in different databases are listed in Additional file 2: Table S7. Severe tectonic events and volcanic eruptions frequently destroy vent communities and initiate primary succession at new vents on ridge-crest submarine lava flows. rTCA: complete - aclA/B; uncomplete - aclA or aclB. 2012;3:e00279–11. 2 and 4). Muller AL, Kjeldsen KU, Rattei T, Pester M, Loy A. Phylogenetic and environmental diversity of DsrAB-type dissimilatory (bi)sulfite reductases. The composition of the endmember fluid at L-vent (Table 1) was calculated by plotting the concentration of a given chemical species against the measured Mg concentration in the same sample and extrapolating to zero-Mg, as is typically done for high-temperature submarine vent fluids [70]. For Archaea, 4 and 8 MAGs were assigned to the phyla Euryarchaeota and Crenarchaeota, representing 4.6% and 2.8%, respectively (Additional file 2: Table S6). Bacteria belonging to the phylum Aquificae had the second highest relative abundance (14.7%), followed by members of the phylum Chlorobi (4.7%), Thermodesulfobacteria (3.2%), and Deinococcus-Thermus (2.4%) (Fig. Vent fields are isolated by uninhabitable deep seafloor, so recolonization via dispersal of planktonic larvae is critical for persistence of populations. PubMed Central  This course is part of CERC’s Certificate Program in Conservation and Environmental Sustainability. 4; Additional file 2: Table S6). During the development of a sulfide chimney, available spatial, redox, and thermal gradients for microorganisms are expanding with accumulating mineral deposits along with the oxidative weathering from seawater. Figure S3 Maximum-likelihood phylogeny of soxB genes retrieved from L-vent and M-vent chimney. 2019;47:D427–32. 5). Researchers have located similar chemoautotrophic colonies -- without whale carcasses involved -- near cold seeps and hydrothermal vents on the ocean floor. Subsequent dissimilatory nitrate reduction: complete-nirB or nrfA/H; uncomplete-one of nrfA/H. CERC provides a course on concepts of biological evolution, from pre-Darwinian attempts to describe life through modern genetic theory. (a) in the active L-vent chimney. Jaeschke A, Jorgensen SL, Bernasconi SM, Pedersen RB, Thorseth IH, Fruh-Green GL. Karine A, Magali Z, Nadine LB, Françoise L, Joël Q, Françoise G, Marie-Anne CB. Other sources of heating that may be involved include energy released by radioactive decay or by faulting of the Earth’s crust. 2018;20:862–77. Seeps and vents are essentially underwater vacuums and geysers where breaks occur in the Earth's tectonic plates. El-Gebali S, Mistry J, Bateman A, Eddy SR, Luciani A, Potter SC, Qureshi M, Richardson LJ, Salazar GA, Smart A, et al. Nucleic Acids Res. The genome tree further showed that Nitrospirae are split into two distinct lineages with long phylogenetic distance (Fig. with hydrothermal vents. Mar Ecol Prog Ser. Genome sequences of rare, uncultured bacteria obtained by differential coverage binning of multiple metagenomes. Microbial succession during the transition from active to inactive stages of deep-sea hydrothermal vent sulfide chimneys Abstract. Hyperthermophiles, including Methanocaldococcus and Ignicoccus species together with its symbiont Nanoarchaeum, were identified as the dominant pioneer microorganisms of freshly formed chimneys [77, 78, 80]. In view of the fact that membrane-bound nitrate reductase encoded by nar is more efficient than the nap-encoded periplasmic nitrate reductase at high nitrate concentrations [95], the higher frequency of nar gene observed in the M-vent possibly reflects the microbial adaption to the increased accessibility of nitrate, implying that the intrusion of seawater plays an important role in the microbial succession after venting ceases. After removing low-quality reads and assembly (general metagenomic information is shown in Additional file 2: Table S2), 162 and 372 full-length 16S rRNA genes were retrieved from the L- and M-vent metagenomes, respectively. Nature. Nature. Frontiers in Microbiology. Therefore, the retrieved MAGs are representative of the majority of microbial taxa of both communities. 2011;39:W29–37. Nat Biotechnol. Page A, Tivey MK, Stakes DS, Reysenbach AL. 2009;106:4840–5. Kato S, Takano Y, Kakegawa T, Oba H, Inoue K, Kobayashi C, Utsumi M, Marumo K, Kobayashi K, Ito Y, et al. Novel bacterial and archaeal lineages from an in situ growth chamber deployed at a Mid-Atlantic Ridge hydrothermal vent. Nat Microbiol. b Key genes of nitrate reduction, DNRA, denitrification, nitrogen fixation, and nitrification. Based on their gene content, they are putative sulfate-reducing bacteria (SRB) having the potential to oxidize organic matter through the WL pathway, with 64% of the MAGs encoding the reductive DSR pathway and WL pathway. Additionally, the researchers are interested in determining if these microbes are able to live beneath rock surfaces and other extreme environments. zonation, the successional patterns at hydrothermal vents have also been interpreted in terms of species' responses to changes in the character of hydrothermal vent flux. The reference genome dataset was downloaded from NCBI genome database in February 2018, including all available archaeal genomes and selected bacterial genomes with at least 10 from each order. Geobiology. Deltaproteobacteria (11 MAGs) were identified as one of the major microbial taxa in the M-vent chimney. Figure S9 Maximum-likelihood phylogeny of cyc2 genes retrieved from L- and M-vent chimney. iRep values for each MAG and the average iRep value of other major microbial groups (> 1% in each sample) are shown in the Fig. While several studies have investigated the microbial diversity in both active and inactive sulfide chimneys that have been extinct for up to thousands of years, little is known about chimneys that have ceased activity more recently, as well as the microbial succession occurring during the transition from active to inactive chimneys. Microbial communities inhabiting hydrothermal sulfide chimneys are largely shaped by the local geochemical, physical, and geological conditions, and consequently, the taxonomy and metabolic capabilities vary with the development of sulfide chimneys [33,34,35,36,37]. Parks DH, Rinke C, Chuvochina M, Chaumeil PA, Woodcroft BJ, Evans PN, Hugenholtz P, Tyson GW. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Takai K, Nunoura T, Horikoshi K, Shibuya T, Nakamura K, Suzuki Y, Stott M, Massoth GJ. This suggests that the Nitrospirae “sulfide-mineral” clade flourishes in the early stage of inactive sulfide chimneys, making them a potential marker microorganism for young, recently extinct sulfide chimneys. Sulfide chimney samples were collected by ROV Jason at the 9–10°N deep-sea hydrothermal vent field on the East Pacific Rise (EPR) during research cruise AT26-10 (December 2013 to January 2014). Recovery of nearly 8,000 metagenome-assembled genomes substantially expands the tree of life. Microbiome Hydrothermal vents generate CO2, which contributes to ocean acidification by forming carbonic acid in water. This gene encodes an outer membrane cytochrome c, which was demonstrated to mediate iron oxidation in the acidophilic FeOB Acidithiobacillus ferrooxidans and has also been found in all available genomes of neutrophilic FeOB and has been proposed as a candidate genetic marker for FeOB [73, 87, 88]. Figure S4 Distribution and quantity of top 50 RpS3 genes retrieved in the MAGs for two chimney samples. 2017;19:1322–37. The images or other third party material in this article are included in the article's Creative Commons licence, unless indicated otherwise in a credit line to the material. Environ Microbiol. 1979;277:523. Cite this article. Haft DH, Loftus BJ, Richardson DL, Yang F, Eisen JA, Paulsen IT, White O. TIGRFAMs: a protein family resource for the functional identification of proteins. According to USC graduate researcher Jason Sylvan, the next step in the research process is to analyze samples of the vents from different years. Prominent features of these systems are sulfide chimneys emanating high-temperature hydrothermal fluids. For the denitrification pathway, the gene encoding for the beta subunit of the nitric oxide reductase (norB) and for the nitrous-oxide reductase (nosZ) were identified in significantly higher abundance in the active L-vent chimney compared to M-vent (Fig. Three fluid samples were collected from L-vent and two from M-vent using isobaric gastight fluid samplers (IGT) to maintain fluids at seafloor pressure [38]. Letunic I, Bork P. Interactive tree of life (iTOL) v3: an online tool for the display and annotation of phylogenetic and other trees. The pH was measured at 25 °C with an Ag/AgCl combination reference electrode. 1998;41:22. 2019;4:595–602. For each of the following, suggest one use for organisms living near hydrothermal vents. Environ Microbiol. 2010;5:492–502. Front Microbiol. Life Discovered on Dead Hydrothermal Vents. Deep-sea hydrothermal vents are highly productive biodiversity hotspots in the deep ocean supported by... Introduction. The average iRep value of bacterial MAGs from the inactive M-vent is 1.51, which is higher than that from the active L-vent (1.42) (Additional file 2: Table S6). Vent ecosystems also go through stages of development, or succession, like ecosystems on land. Google Scholar. Hydrothermal vents are … Continued $$ \frac{\mathrm{Mapped}\ \mathrm{reads}\ \mathrm{to}\ \mathrm{each}\ \mathrm{gene}}{\mathrm{Length}\ \mathrm{of}\ \mathrm{each}\ \mathrm{gene}}\times \left(\frac{1}{\sum \frac{\mathrm{Mapped}\ \mathrm{reads}\ \mathrm{to}\ \mathrm{each}\ \mathrm{gene}}{\mathrm{Length}\ \mathrm{of}\ \mathrm{each}\ \mathrm{gene}}}\right)\times {10}^6 $$, https://github.com/christophertbrown/iRep, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/, http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/, https://doi.org/10.1186/s40168-020-00851-8. Meier DV, Pjevac P, Bach W, Hourdez S, Girguis PR, Vidoudez C, Amann R, Meyerdierks A. Interestingly, some Calditrichaeota (1 in 6 MAGs), Alphaproteobacteria (2 in 7 MAGs), and Actinobacteria (2 in 3 MAGs) encode carbon monoxide dehydrogenase (coxM/L/S) which catalyzes CO oxidation. For the L-vent, the composition of the three IGT fluid samples showed significant variability in the concentration of Mg, indicative of variable degrees of inadvertent seawater entrainment during sample collection. Biogeography and ecology of the rare and abundant microbial lineages in deep-sea hydrothermal vents. Different color gradients in completeness, relative abundance (logged), genomic size, iRep value, and CAzyme represent their quantities among MAGs. Chimney pieces were placed in sealed bioboxes to prevent mixing with ambient seawater during the recovery. These are porous geological structures produced by chemical reactions between solid rock and water. 2007;5:107–18. Dombrowski N, Teske AP, Baker BJ. As a final note on theories of the beginning of life, there is also a possibility that DNA evolved elsewhere, perhaps on Mars, on one of the moons or asteroids further out in our solar system, or even in some other solar system, then come to earth in the form of a meteorite. A significantly higher abundance of genes encoding for adenylylsulfate reductase (aprA/B) and sulfite reductase (dsrA/B) were identified in the M-vent sample (Fig. Then, average amino acid identity (AAI) was calculated between each refined bin with CompareM (v0.0.23) (https://github.com/dparks1134/CompareM). Nitrogen fixation: complete-nifK/D/H; uncomplete - two of nifD/H/K; partial - one of nifD/K/H. The rTCA cycle is the sole carbon fixation pathway and was prevalently identified in the Aquificae and Campylobacteria MAGs (55% and 47%, respectively). 1985;49:2197–220. However, at the time of sampling in January 2014, the highly weathered M-vent chimney was found to emit warm fluid (35 °C) at a low flow rate. 2015;81:5927–37. Steen IH, Dahle H, Stokke R, Roalkvam I, Daae FL, Rapp HT, Pedersen RB, Thorseth IH. Environ Microbiol. SC-1, a FeOB recently isolated from an in situ incubation with pyrrhotite, has been shown to grow autotrophically with iron oxides and sulfur intermediates [30, 90]. King GM, Weber CF. By continuing to use this website, you consent to Columbia University's usage of cookies and similar technologies, in accordance with the, Certificate Program in Conservation and Environmental Sustainability, MS in Sustainability Management and MS in Sustainability Science - Fall 2020 Integrative Capstone Workshop - Final Briefings, Columbia University Website Cookie Notice, echo do_shortcode('[instagram-feed]'); ?>. Kanehisa M, Sato Y, Furumichi M, Morishima K, Tanabe M. New approach for understanding genome variations in KEGG. The Euryarchaeota MAGs recovered from M-vent are potential sulfate reducing archaea that are phylogenetically closely related to the Archaeoglobi lineage, which is supported by the retrieved 16S rRNA gene of the genus Geoglobus (Additional file 2: Table S4). MAFFT multiple sequence alignment software version 7: improvements in performance and usability. Table S11 Summary of the activity, study method and microbial composition of deep-sea hydrothermal sulfide chimneys or in situ incubation experiments cited in this study. Deep at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean, an amazing bacterial discovery reshaped our view of life on earth. Genome-resolved conceptual models of microbial succession within the sulfide chimney from initiation, maturation, recently inactive, and long-time extinction. They directly feed off the solid iron and sulfur deposits that compose the vents, which are void of the nutrient-rich water their predecessors required to thrive. Environ Microbiol. Dissolved CH4 and H2 concentrations were determined using a gas chromatograph equipped with a 5 Å molecular sieve packed column and serially connected thermal conductivity and flame ionization detectors following quantitative headspace extraction. Moreover, genes encoding for the thiosulfate reductase (phsA/B) and tetrathionate reductase (ttrA) were also identified in 2 of them. The microbiomes of deep-sea hydrothermal vents: distributed globally, shaped locally. However, most of the inactive chimneys studied so far have been extinct for a long time (up to more than thousand years) [34,35,36]. 2006;4:458–68. Figure S8 Phylogeny of 8 Crenarchaeota MAGs recovered from L-vent chimney. CH4 was also detected in both the L-vent and M-vent fluids at concentrations of 83 and 24 μM, respectively. In addition, a Nitrospirae MAG belonging to the “sulfide mineral” clade was previously recovered from a subsurface massive sulfide (SMS) deposit in the Southern Mariana Trough [71] (Additional file 1: Figure S6), suggesting that there are common environmental features between recently inactive chimneys and SMS, such as the preservation of metal sulfide minerals that are not yet fully oxidatively weathered by permeating seawater. Among them, Campylobacteria are frequently found as the dominant chemoautotrophic microorganisms of active hydrothermal vent chimneys [16, 18,19,20,21,22,23,24,25], often forming microbial mats covering the exterior of venting chimneys [21, 23, 26, 27]. Table S8 Sulfur metabolic pathways of Thermodesulfobacteria MAGs recovered. Dissimilatory sulfite reductase (dsr) catalyzes either the reduction of sulfate in sulfate-reducing microorganisms or the reverse reaction in sulfide-oxidizing bacteria [53]. Wu Y-W, Simmons BA, Singer SW. MaxBin 2.0: an automated binning algorithm to recover genomes from multiple metagenomic datasets. Nat Biotechnol. Furthermore, 5 of all 9 Nitrospirae from the “sulfide mineral” clade (including the 2 most abundant recovered from the M-vent and the other 3 derived from recently extinct sulfide chimneys and SMS, respectively [37, 71]) encode the cyc2 gene (Additional file 2: Table S9). Dahle H, Roalkvam I, Thorseth IH, Pedersen RB, Steen IH. MBio. For cross checking, potential key genes involved in further analysis were also annotated in eggNOG database through emapper-eggnog (v0.0.1) as well as in Pfam 31.0, TIGRFAM 15.0, and custom databases via hmmsearch with cutoff e value < 1 × 10−10 [47,48,49,50]. GeoChip-based analysis of metabolic diversity of microbial communities at the Juan de Fuca Ridge hydrothermal vent. All MAGs from the current study have been deposited in the NCBI GenBank under the project ID PRJNA557557. Capella-Gutiérrez S, Silla-Martínez JM, Gabaldón T. trimAl: a tool for automated alignment trimming in large-scale phylogenetic analyses. Huerta-Cepas J, Forslund K, Coelho LP, Szklarczyk D, Jensen LJ, von Mering C, Bork P. Fast genome-wide functional annotation through orthology assignment by eggNOG-mapper. Therefore, DSHV systems are considered a critical conduit for the exchange of energy and matter between the Earth’s interior and the ocean [3, 4]. For each functional gene, taxonomic relative abundance is calculated based on the sum sequencing depth of genes with same taxonomic assignment in the total depth of this gene. The results suggest that 13 of 14 dsrA presented in the L-vent were of the reductive type, including Deltaproteobacteria, Archaeoglobus, and Acidobacteria, while 36 of 72 dsrA genes from M-vent were of the oxidative type belonging to sulfur-oxidizing Alpha- and Gammaproteobacteria, with the remainder being of the reductive type belonging to Deltaproteobacteria (10), Nitrospirae (12), and Acidobacteria (14) (Additional file 1: Figure S2). The phylogenetic tree is based on 37 concatenated ribosomal proteins and collapsed at the phylum level (class for Proteobacteria and Campylobacteria). Specifically, genes involved in carbohydrate degradation are significantly enriched in the Deltaproteobacteria (19.2 CAZyme genes per MAG on average; Additional file 2: Table S6). McAllister SM, Polson SW, Butterfield DA, Glazer BT, Sylvan JB, Chan CS: Validating the Cyc2 neutrophilic iron oxidation pathway using meta-omics of Zetaproteobacteria iron mats at marine hydrothermal vents. 2012;10:548–61. Thus, our results imply that the capability to oxidize iron sulfides for chemolithotrophic growth may be widespread among microbes living in inactive chimneys. Table S6: Metabolic potential of MAGs for the major microbial groups (> 1%) recovered from the L- and M-vent chimney. On the other hand, the M-vent community was more enriched in genes encoding for subunits of the nitrogenase (nifD/K/H), which is involved in N2-fixation, compared to L-vent (Fig. Remarkably, the transition appears to occur within the first few years, after which the communities stay stable for thousands of years. Mol Biol Evol. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. In response to abiotic and biotic processes following subsurface mixing and cooling, the M-vent fluids are highly depleted in dissolved H2 and H2S relative to what would be expected for conservative mixing of a high-temperature (~ 350 °C) endmember fluid and seawater. Genome-resolved metagenomics was applied to an active and a recently extinct (~ 7 years) sulfide chimney from the 9–10° N hydrothermal vent field on the East Pacific Rise. 2016;32:605–7. Numbers of dsrA gene for each sample are displayed in the parenthesis after the clade name. Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union. 2a), and more than 99% of them share high similarities with those from Campylobacteria and Aquificae (Additional file 1: Figure S1a). Handling temperature bursts reaching 464 ° C: different microbial strategies in the Sisters Peak hydrothermal chimney. Support for internal nodes was constructed from 1000 bootstrap replicates, black dots represent those nodes with bootstrap value > 75%, which is direct proportional to their diameter. Dahle H, Okland I, Thorseth IH, Pederesen RB, Steen IH. Open Access This article is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, which permits use, sharing, adaptation, distribution and reproduction in any medium or format, as long as you give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons licence, and indicate if changes were made. Interestingly, compared with the active L-vent chimney, our results further revealed that the metabolic potential for sulfate reduction was more prevalent in the M-vent chimney, both at the gene and genomic level (Figs. 2). Nucleic Acids Res. 2012;28:1420–8. An ecosystem starts with a handful of species colonizing, or settling down, in a barren environment. This ... succession resulting from outside forces like tectonic activity, with each series of change called a seral stage. Figure S6 Phylogeny of 6 Nitrospirae MAGs recovered from M-vent chimney. Science. In contrast to M-vent, the L-vent fluids have substantially higher measured temperatures and deliver abundant H2 and H2S to chimney environments at levels typical of high-temperature hot springs at EPR. The distribution and succession of microbial communities along the dispersion path of hydrothermal plumes has not been well investigated. At newly opened vents along the East Pacific Rise, the ini-tial visibly dominant sessile metazoan in vigorous dif-fuse flow regions appears to be the small vestimentiferan A similar approach was taken to phylogenetically characterize the marker gene soxB of the multienzyme sulfur-oxidizing (Sox) system and the cyc2 gene. Han Y, Gonnella G, Adam N, Schippers A, Burkhardt L, Kurtz S, Schwarz-Schampera U, Franke H, Perner M. Hydrothermal chimneys host habitat-specific microbial communities: analogues for studying the possible impact of mining seafloor massive sulfide deposits. (a) The key genes enriched in the active L-vent chimney. This phenomenon, known as ecological succession, whereby there are changes in the composition or structure of a community, is well documented among plant and animal species. The aerobic CO dehydrogenase (CODH) shares a high similarity with other enzymes from molybdenum hydroxylase family [69]. Waite DW, Vanwonterghem I, Rinke C, Parks DH, Zhang Y, Takai K, Sievert SM, Simon J, Campbell BJ, Hanson TE, et al. Assessing the influence of physical, geochemical and biological factors on anaerobic microbial primary productivity within hydrothermal vent chimneys. DY135-B2-12), the Natural Science Foundation of China (grant No. Further analysis revealed a phylogenetically distinct Nitrospirae cluster that has the potential to oxidize sulfide minerals coupled to oxygen and/or nitrite reduction, as well as for sulfate reduction, and that might serve as an indicator for the early stages of chimneys after venting has ceased. Due to their remoteness, deep-sea ecosystems are extremely hard to monitor. Particularly, most aprA/B were taxonomically assigned to Gamma- and Deltaproteobacteria (Additional file 1: Figure S1b; 60% of aprA and 68% of aprB). Moreover, 5 of these MAGs also contain the cyc2 gene encoding for an outer membrane c-type cytochrome, which is closely related with their expressed homologs in the electroautotrophic Ca. Mardanov AV, Beletsky AV, Kadnikov VV, Slobodkin AI, Ravin NV. We thank the officers, crew, and pilots of the R/V Atlantis and ROV Jason during cruise AT26-10 for their expert help at sea and their outstanding efforts acquiring the samples for this study. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2011;61:1239–45. Deep-sea hydrothermal vents are highly productive biodiversity hotspots in the deep ocean supported by chemosynthetic microorganisms. Environ Microbiol Rep. 2013;5:282–90. Detailed information is displayed in the Additional file 2: Table S3 and S4. 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