How is antibiotic resistance transferred from animal manure to vegetable?
Grant number: DP170103628 | Funding period: 2017 - 2020
This project aims to decipher the transmission routes of antibiotic resistance from animal manure to manured soil and vegetable. Antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs) threaten human health, but the pathways and mechanisms for transmission of ARGs in the environment are unknown. This project will investigate all the major classes of ARGs in typical animal manure and vegetable form, and possible routes for their transmission from manure to soil and to vegetable surfaces and endophytic bacterial communities. The results are expected to identify the ARGs indicators likeliest to spread into the food chain, and develop management options to tackle the environmental antibiotic resistance.
Related publications (22)
Biotic and abiotic factors distinctly drive contrasting biogeographic patterns between phyllosphere and soil resistomes in natural ecosystems
Zhen-Zhen Yan, Qing-Lin Chen, Chao-Yu Li, Bao-Anh Thi Nguyen, Yong-Guan Zhu, Ji-Zheng He, Hang-Wei Hu
The phyllosphere and soil are two of the most important reservoirs of antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs) in terrestrial ecosystems..
Precipitation increases the abundance of fungal plant pathogens in Eucalyptus phyllosphere
Qing-Lin Chen, Hang-Wei Hu, Zhen-Zhen Yan, Chao-Yu Li, Bao-Anh Thi Nguyen, Yong-Guan Zhu, Ji-Zheng He
Understanding the current and future distributions of plant pathogens is critical to predict the plant performance and related eco..
Plant developmental stage drives the differentiation in ecological role of the maize microbiome
Chao Xiong, Brajesh K Singh, Ji-Zheng He, Yan-Lai Han, Pei-Pei Li, Li-Hua Wan, Guo-Zhong Meng, Si-Yi Liu, Jun-Tao Wang, Chuan-Fa Wu, An-Hui Ge, Li-Mei Zhang
BACKGROUND: Plants live with diverse microbial communities which profoundly affect multiple facets of host performance, but if and..
Distinct factors drive the diversity and composition of protistan consumers and phototrophs in natural soil ecosystems
Bao-Anh Thi Nguyen, Qing-Lin Chen, Zhen-Zhen Yan, Chaoyu Li, Ji-Zheng He, Hang-Wei Hu
Protists are important microbial consumers and phototrophs in terrestrial ecosystems and play pivotal roles in nutrient cycling an..
Rare taxa maintain the stability of crop mycobiomes and ecosystem functions
Chao Xiong, Ji-Zheng He, Brajesh K Singh, Yong-Guan Zhu, Jun-Tao Wang, Pei-Pei Li, Qin-Bing Zhang, Li-Li Han, Ju-Pei Shen, An-Hui Ge, Chuan-Fa Wu, Li-Mei Zhang
Plants harbour highly diverse mycobiomes which sustain essential functions for host health and productivity. However, ecological p..
Host selection shapes crop microbiome assembly and network complexity
Chao Xiong, Yong-Guan Zhu, Jun-Tao Wang, Brajesh Singh, Li-Li Han, Ju-Pei Shen, Pei-Pei Li, Gui-Bao Wang, Chuan-Fa Wu, An-Hui Ge, Li-Mei Zhang, Ji-Zheng He
Plant microbiomes are essential to host health and productivity but the ecological processes that govern crop microbiome assembly ..
Deterministic selection dominates microbial community assembly in termite mounds
Qing-Lin Chen, Hang-Wei Hu, Zhen-Zhen Yan, Chao-Yu Li, Bao-Anh Thi Nguyen, An-Qi Sun, Yong-Guan Zhu, Ji-Zheng He
Termite mounds are an important habitat for an enormous diversity of microorganisms. However, the microbial community assembly pro..
Oxytetracycline and Ciprofloxacin Exposure Altered the Composition of Protistan Consumers in an Agricultural Soil
Bao-Anh T Nguyen, Qing-Lin Chen, Ji-Zheng He, Hang-Wei Hu
Protists, an integral component of soil microbiome, are one of the main predators of bacteria. Bacteria can produce toxic secondar..
Industrial development as a key factor explaining variances in soil and grass phyllosphere microbiomes in urban green spaces
Zhen-Zhen Yan, Qing-Lin Chen, Yu-Jing Zhang, Ji-Zheng He, Hang-Wei Hu
Microbiota in urban green spaces underpin ecosystem services that are essential to environmental health and human wellbeing. Howev..
Microbial regulation of natural antibiotic resistance: Understanding the protist-bacteria interactions for evolution of soil resistome
Bao-Anh Thi Nguyen, Qing-Lin Chen, Ji-Zheng He, Hang-Wei Hu
The emergence, evolution and spread of antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs) in the environment represent a global threat to human he..
Multiple elements of soil biodiversity drive ecosystem functions across biomes
Manuel Delgado-Baquerizo, Peter B Reich, Chanda Trivedi, David J Eldridge, Sebastian Abades, Fernando D Alfaro, Felipe Bastida, Asmeret A Berhe, Nick A Cutler, Antonio Gallardo, Laura Garcia-Velazquez, Stephen C Hart, Patrick E Hayes, Ji-Zheng He, Zeng-Yei Hseu, Hang-Wei Hu, Martin Kirchmair, Sigrid Neuhauser, Cecilia A Perez, Sasha C Reed
The role of soil biodiversity in regulating multiple ecosystem functions is poorly understood, limiting our ability to predict how..
Manure application did not enrich antibiotic resistance genes in root endophytic bacterial microbiota of cherry radish.
Yu-Jing Zhang, Hang-Wei Hu, Qing-Lin Chen, Hui Yan, Jun-Tao Wang, Deli Chen, Ji-Zheng He
Growing evidence suggests that livestock manure used as organic fertilizer in agriculture may lead to potential propagation of ant..
Antibiotic resistance in urban green spaces mirrors the pattern of industrial distribution
Zhen-Zhen Yan, Qing-Lin Chen, Yu-Jing Zhang, Ji-Zheng He, Hang-Wei Hu
Urban green spaces are closely related to the activities and health of urban residents. Turf grass and soil are two major interfac..
Transfer of antibiotic resistance from manure-amended soils to vegetable microbiomes
Yu-Jing Zhang, Hang-Wei Hu, Qing-Lin Chen, Brajesh K Singh, Hui Yan, Deli Chen, Ji-Zheng He
The increasing antimicrobial resistance in manure-amended soil can potentially enter food chain, representing an important vehicle..
Salinity as a predominant factor modulating the distribution patterns of antibiotic resistance genes in ocean and river beach soils
Yu-Jing Zhang, Hang-Wei Hu, Hui Yan, Jun-Tao Wang, Shu Kee Lam, Qing-Lin Chen, Deli Chen, Ji-Zheng He
Growing evidence points to the pivotal role of the environmental factors in influencing the transmission of antibiotic resistance ..
Short-term copper exposure as a selection pressure for antibiotic resistance and metal resistance in an agricultural soil
Wei Kang, Yu-Jing Zhang, Xiuzhen Shi, Ji-Zheng He, Hang-Wei Hu
Owing to the similar mechanisms of antibiotic and metal resistance, there is a growing concern that metal contamination may select..
Diversity of herbaceous plants and bacterial communities regulates soil resistome across forest biomes
Hang-Wei Hu, Jun-Tao Wang, Brajesh K Singh, Yu-Rong Liu, Yong-Liang Chen, Yu-Jing Zhang, Ji-Zheng He
Antibiotic resistance is ancient and prevalent in natural ecosystems and evolved long before the utilization of synthetic antibiot..
Aerobic composting reduces antibiotic resistance genes in cattle manure and the resistome dissemination in agricultural soils
Min Gou, Hang-Wei Hu, Yu-Jing Zhang, Jun-Tao Wang, Helen Hayden, Yue-Qin Tang, Ji-Zheng He
Composting has been suggested as a potential strategy to eliminate antibiotic residues and pathogens in livestock manure before it..
Temporal succession of soil antibiotic resistance genes following application of swine, cattle and poultry manures spiked with or without antibiotics
Yu-Jing Zhang, Hang-Wei Hu, Min Gou, Jun-Tao Wang, Deli Chen, Ji-Zheng He
Land application of animal manure is a common agricultural practice potentially leading to dispersal and propagation of antibiotic..
Fungal networks serve as novel ecological routes for enrichment and dissemination of antibiotic resistance genes as exhibited by microcosm experiments
Rashid Nazir, Ju-Pei Shen, Jun-Tao Wang, Hang-Wei Hu, Ji-Zheng He
Antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs) in the environment and their subsequent acquisition by clinically important microorganisms are ..
Long-Term Nickel Contamination Increases the Occurrence of Antibiotic Resistance Genes in Agricultural Soils
Hang-Wei Hu, Jun-Tao Wang, Jing Li, Xiu-Zhen Shi, Yi-Bing Ma, Deli Chen, Ji-Zheng He
Heavy metal contamination is assumed to be a selection pressure on antibiotic resistance, but to our knowledge, evidence of the he..