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e-Book Nitrogen As an Ecological Factor: The 22nd Symposium of the British Ecological Society, Oxford 1981 (SYMPOSIA OF THE BRITISH ECOLOGICAL SOCIETY) epub download

Author: J. A. Lee
ISBN: 0632010746
Pages: 480 pages
Publisher: Blackwell Science Inc (October 1, 1983)
Language: English
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e-Book Nitrogen As an Ecological Factor: The 22nd Symposium of the British Ecological Society, Oxford 1981 (SYMPOSIA OF THE BRITISH ECOLOGICAL SOCIETY) epub download

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In: Lee JA, McNeill S, Rorison JH (eds) Nitrogen as an ecological factor, the 22nd Symposium of the British Ecological Society Oxford 1981. Lee KE (1983) The influence of earthworms and termits on soil nitrogen cycling

In: Lee JA, McNeill S, Rorison JH (eds) Nitrogen as an ecological factor, the 22nd Symposium of the British Ecological Society Oxford 1981. Blackwell, Oxford London Edinburgh, pp 413–432Google Scholar. Anderson JM, Ineson P (1983) Interactions between microorganisms and soil invertebrates in nutrient flux pathways of forest ecosystems. In: Anderson JM, Rayner ADM, Walton DWH (eds) al interactions. Lee KE (1983) The influence of earthworms and termits on soil nitrogen cycling. In: Lebrun P, Andre HM, DeMedts A, Gregoire-Wibo C, Wauthy G (eds) New trends in soil biology. Proc 8th Intern Coll Soil Zool, Louvain-la Neuve, pp 35–48Google Scholar.

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