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Community structure of bacteria and fungi responsible for rice straw decomposition in a paddy field estimated by PCR-RFLP analysis


Community structure of bacteria and fungi responsible for rice straw decomposition in a paddy field estimated by PCR-RFLP analysis



Soil Science and Plant Nutrition 48(6): 805-813



ISSN/ISBN: 0038-0768

DOI: 10.1080/00380768.2002.10408706

Rice straw including leaf sheaths and blades put in nylon mesh bags was placed in the plough layer of a Japanese paddy field after harvest under upland conditions and after transplanting of rice seedlings under flooded conditions. In addition, rice straw that was decomposed under the upland conditions during the off-crop season in winter was placed again in soil at the time of transplanting.

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