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Characterization of in situ organic matter constituents in vertisols from Argentina, using submicroscopic and cytochemical methods - first report

, : Characterization of in situ organic matter constituents in vertisols from Argentina, using submicroscopic and cytochemical methods - first report. Geoderma 30(1-4): 21-34

The organic matter in an argillic Pelludert of Argentina showed an unexpectedly steep gradient of 14C age. Below 25 cm the frequency of microscopic organic features decreased rapidly. Only few types were present at greater depth.

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Accession: 001053402

DOI: 10.1016/0016-7061(83)90054-x

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