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Microbial decomposition of ferulic acid in soil


Microbial decomposition of ferulic acid in soil



Journal of Chemical Ecology 1(1): 41-58



ISSN/ISBN: 0098-0331

DOI: 10.1007/bf00987719

Another version of work already noticed from a thesis on the breakdown of ferulic acid in leaf litter of Celtis laevigata by Cephalosporium curtipes and Rhodotorula rubra in an Oklahoma soil.

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