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Soil Microbial Populations Shift as Processes Protecting Organic Matter Change During Podzolization

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Référence bibliographique Vermeire Marie-Liesse ; Cornélis Jean-Thomas ; Van Ranst Eric ; Bonneville Steeve ; Doetterl Sebastian ; et. al. Soil Microbial Populations Shift as Processes Protecting Organic Matter Change During Podzolization. In: Frontiers in Environmental Science, Vol. 6, no.70, p. 1-15 (2018)
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