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Ecology of edaphic microarthropod communities in agroecosystems


, : Ecology of edaphic microarthropod communities in agroecosystems. Studii si Cercetari de Biologie Seria Biologie Animala, 392: 143-153

The effect of some agricultural practices on edaphic microarthropods is studied, special attention being paid to the communities of Oribatida and Collembola. The results point to profound structural changes, especially in the cultures requiring mechanical works in order to be maintained. The factorial analysis of correspondences quantifies the coenotic similarity.


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