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Volume 32, Number 11, 1 October 2000

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Ectomycorrhizas - extending the capabilities of rhizosphere remediation?
pp. 1475-1484(10)
Authors: Meharga, A.A.; Cairneyb, J.W.G.

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Review of mechanisms and quantification of priming effects
pp. 1485-1498(14)
Authors: Kuzyakov, Y.; Friedel, J.K.; Stahr, K.

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Isolation and characterization of new efficient and competitive bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) rhizobia from Brazil
pp. 1515-1528(14)
Authors: Hungriaa, M.; Andradeb, D.d.S.; Chueirea, L.M.d.O.; Probanzac, A.; Guttierrez-Maneroc, F.J.; Megasd, M.

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Ion exchange resin-soil mixtures as a tool in net nitrogen mineralisation studies
pp. 1529-1536(8)
Authors: Friedela, J.K.; Herrmannb, A.; Kleberc, M.

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Effect of NH4Cl addition on methane oxidation by paddy soils
pp. 1537-1545(9)
Authors: Caia, Z.C.; Mosierb, A.R.

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Microbial responses to simulated tillage in cultivated and uncultivated soils
pp. 1547-1559(13)
Authors: Calderona, F.J.; Jacksona, L.E.; Scowb, K.M.; Rolstonb, D.E.

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Decomposition of de-inking paper sludge in agricultural soils as characterized by carbohydrate analysis
pp. 1561-1570(10)
Authors: Chantignya, M.H.; Angersa, D.A.; Beauchampb, C.J.

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Decomposition of Scots pine litter and the fate of released carbon in pristine and drained pine mires
pp. 1571-1580(10)
Authors: Domischa, T.; Finera, L.; Laihob, R.; Karsistoc, M.; Laineb, J.

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Characterization of Rhizobium spp. bean isolates from South-West Spain
pp. 1601-1613(13)
Authors: Rodriguez-Navarroa, D.N.; Buendiab, A.M.; Camachoa, M.; Lucasc, M.M.; Santamariaa, C.

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Soil suppressiveness to clubroot disease of Chinese cabbage caused by Plasmodiophora brassicae
pp. 1637-1642(6)
Authors: Murakami, H.; Tsushima, S.; Shishido, Y.

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Activity and survival of tribromophenol-degrading bacteria in a contaminated desert soil
pp. 1643-1650(8)
Authors: Ronen, Z.; Vasiluk, L.; Abeliovich, A.; Nejidat, A.

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Temporal and spatial variation of nitrogen transformations in a coniferous forest soil
pp. 1661-1670(10)
Authors: Lavermana, A.M.; Zoomera, H.R.; van Verseveldb, H.W.; Verhoefa, H.A.

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Methanogenic responses to exogenous substrates in anaerobic rice soils
pp. 1683-1690(8)
Authors: Lu1, Y.; Wassmann2, R.; Neue3, H.U.; Huang, C.; Bueno, C.S.

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Factors influencing the degradation of soil-applied endosulfan isomers
pp. 1697-1705(9)
Authors: Awasthi, N.; Ahuja, R.; Kumar, A.

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C and N fluxes of decomposing 13C and 15N Brassica napus L.: effects of residue composition and N content
pp. 1717-1730(14)
Authors: Trinsoutrota, I.; Recousb, S.; Maryb, B.; Nicolardota, B.

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Responses of trophic groups of soil nematodes to residue application under conventional tillage and no-till regimes
pp. 1731-1741(11)
Authors: Fu, S.; Coleman, D.C.; Hendrix, P.F.; Crossley, D.A.

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Inhibitory capacities of acetylene on nitrification in two agricultural soils
pp. 1799-1802(4)
Authors: Garridoa, F.; Henaulta, C.; Gaillardb, H.; Germona, J.C.

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Nitrous oxide emissions from frozen soils under agricultural, fallow and forest land
pp. 1807-1810(4)
Authors: Teepe, R.; Brumme, R.; Beese, F.

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Suppression of methane emission from rice paddies by ferric iron fertilization
pp. 1811-1814(4)
Authors: Jackel, U.; Schnell, S.

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