Introduction to Soil Microbiology

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Wiley, Jun 23, 1977 - Technology & Engineering - 467 pages
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Characterizes soil microflora from descriptive and functional viewpoints; considers the biological processes that take place in the soil and their importance to soil fertility, plant growth, and environmental quality. Deals with the biochemical basis for soil processes, including microbial ecology, the carbon and nitrogen cycles, mineral transformation, and ecological interrelationships.

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The Soil Environment
3
Bacteria
16
Actinomycetes
36
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Alexander-Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

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