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Volume 31, Number 7, July 1999

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Temperature effects on the relative abundance of Fusarium species in a model plant-soil ecosystem
pp. 941-947(7)
Authors: Saremi, H.; Burgess, L.W.; Backhouse, D.

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Seasonal changes in soil microbial communities along a fertility gradient of temperate grasslands
pp. 1021-1030(10)
Authors: Bardgett, R.D.; Lovell, R.D.; Hobbs, P.J.; Jarvis, S.C.

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Wet-dry cycles affect dissolved organic carbon in two California agricultural soils
pp. 1031-1038(8)
Authors: Lundquist, E.J.; Jackson, L.E.; Scow, K.M.

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Symbiotic characteristics and selection of autochthonous strains of Sinorhizobium meliloti populations in different soils
pp. 1039-1047(9)
Authors: Vela?zquez, E.; Mateos, P.F.; Velasco, N.; Santos, F.; Burgos, P.A.; Villadas, P.; Toro, N.; Marti?nez-Molina, E.

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Short-term N dynamics following application of 15N-labeled urine to a sandy soil in summer
pp. 1049-1057(9)
Authors: Bronson, K.F.; Sparling, G.P.; Fillery, I.R.P.

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Strain specificities in Rhizobium tropici and R. etli using glucose transport inhibition by acidity and daidzein
pp. 1059-1061(3)
Authors: Steele, H.L.; Volker, B.; Fuhrmann, G.F.; Werner, D.

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The 13C signature of the external phase of a Glomus mycorrhizal fungus: determination and implications
pp. 1067-1070(4)
Authors: Staddon, P.L.; Robinson, D.; Graves, J.D.; Fitter, A.H.

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