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Assessment of plant, soil and mycorrhizal indicators in rangeland ecosystems subject to different disturbance intensities

, : Assessment of plant, soil and mycorrhizal indicators in rangeland ecosystems subject to different disturbance intensities. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 78(4 SUPPL ): 327

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