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Respirometric study of the biodegradation of two bacterial lipopolysaccharides in a red Mediterranean soil

Respirometric study of the biodegradation of two bacterial lipopolysaccharides in a red Mediterranean soil

Revue d' Ecologie et de Biologie du Sol 14(4): 509-517

Two lipopolysaccharides extracted from the rhizosphere of Brachypodium ramosum decomposed at differing rates in laboratory incubations using a red Mediterranean soil.

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