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The development of phenanthrene catabolism in soil amended with transformer oil

Interactive effects of soil temperature, atmospheric carbon dioxide and soil N on root development, biomass and nutrient uptake of winter wheat during vegetative growth

Rates of Root and Organism Growth, Soil Conditions, and Temporal and Spatial Development of the Rhizosphere

Branch Development Controls Leaf Area Dynamics in Grapevine (Vitis vinifera) Growing in Drying Soil

Living in a fungal world: impact of fungi on soil bacterial niche development

Microbial community succession and bacterial diversity in soils during 77 000 years of ecosystem development

Development of an oligonucleotide microarray to detect di- and monooxygenase genes for benzene degradation in soil

Importance of chemical structure on the development of hydrocarbon catabolism in soil

Development of a molecular method to detect and quantify Aphanomyces euteiches in soil

Cyanobacterial community composition in Arctic soil crusts at different stages of development

Gašparíková O., Čiamporová M., Mistrík I., Baluška F. Recent advances of plant root structure and function. Developments in plant and soil sciences, volume 90.

A soil-based microbial biofilm exposed to 2,4-D: bacterial community development and establishment of conjugative plasmid pJP4

Development of a conditional lethal system for a Streptomyces lividans strain and its use to investigate conjugative transfer in soil

Erratum to “Development of a conditional lethal system for a Streptomyces lividans strain and its use to investigate conjugative transfer in soil”

Effects of Compaction and Wetting of Laterite Cover Soil on Development and Survival of Musca domestica (Diptera: Muscidae) Immatures

Pupal Development of Aethina tumida (Coleoptera: Nitidulidae) in Thermo-Hygrometric Soil Conditions Encountered in Temperate Climates

Development and Validation of a Quick, Easy, Cheap, Effective, Rugged and Safe Method for the Determination of Imidacloprid and Its Metabolites in Soil

Will the EC Get a Finger in Each Pie? EC Law and Policy Developments in Soil Protection and Brownfields Redevelopment

 

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To produce the three-dimensional organization of a well-developed soil requires the relatively consistent application of a complex suite of physical, chemical, and biological processes (see soils). The fact that basic ...

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