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Using the direct gradient analysis of plants for estimating algorithms for the calculation of soil solution physiological activity



Using the direct gradient analysis of plants for estimating algorithms for the calculation of soil solution physiological activity



Nauchnye Doklady Vysshei Shkoly, Biologicheskie Nauki, Moscow ( 2): 90-96



The composition of the soil solution is not equivalent to that of an aqueous soil extract. Various algorithms have been proposed for the conversion of analyses of aqueous extracts into indices of the physiological activity of the soil solution. These algorithms were tested using a direct gradient analysis of plants.

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