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Critical sulphur concentration and sulphur requirement of microbial biomass in a glucose and cellulose-amended regosol






Biology and Fertility of Soils 32(4): 310-317

Critical sulphur concentration and sulphur requirement of microbial biomass in a glucose and cellulose-amended regosol

The critical S concentration and S requirement of the soil microbial biomass of a granitic regosol from Hiroshima, Japan, was examined.

Accession: 003395362

DOI: 10.1007/s003740000253

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