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Specificity of the microflora of soil types

, : Specificity of the microflora of soil types. Zentralblatt fuer Mikrobiologie 140(3): 183-197

Soil microoganisms occur in large areas and therefore may be called cosmopolites. Nevertheless, there are specific conditions within each soil-climatic zone, owing to its hydrothermic regime, which are responsible for the development of certain groups of microorganisms. That is the reason for specific kinds of microbial coenoses proper to soil types.

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