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Contributions to the mobilization of phosphorus by soil microorganisms. 4th communication: Investigation of the efficiency of P-mobilizing microorganisms in vitro and in the rhizosphere of sunflower and winter wheat



Contributions to the mobilization of phosphorus by soil microorganisms. 4th communication: Investigation of the efficiency of P-mobilizing microorganisms in vitro and in the rhizosphere of sunflower and winter wheat



Zentralblatt fur Mikrobiologie 143(2): 125-138



Phosphorus uptake by wheat and sunflower was increased by inoculation with four fungal strains that had been shown in previous experiments to be capable of dissolving phosphorus from rock phosphate.

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