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Differentiation of root- and microbial respiration in soil by exudate labelling

Differentiation of root- and microbial respiration in soil by exudate labelling

Berichte uber Landwirtschaft, Sonderheft ( 206): 114-116

Experimental results on the distinction of root- from microorganism- respiration in soil by 14C-CO2 labelling are described.

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