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Factors affecting immobilization and release of nitrogen in soil and chemical characteristics of the nitrogen newly immobilized part 4 chemical nature of the organic nitrogen becoming decomposable due to the drying of soil


Factors affecting immobilization and release of nitrogen in soil and chemical characteristics of the nitrogen newly immobilized part 4 chemical nature of the organic nitrogen becoming decomposable due to the drying of soil



Soil Science and Plant Nutrition 19(4): 287-298



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