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Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi may mitigate the influence of a joint rise of temperature and atmospheric CO2 on soil respiration in Grasslands

Bibliographic reference Vicca, Sara ; Zavalloni, Costanza ; Fu , Yongshuo H ; Voets, L ; Dupré de Boulois, Hervé ; et. al. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi may mitigate the influence of a joint rise of temperature and atmospheric CO2 on soil respiration in Grasslands. In: International Journal of Ecology, Vol. 2009, p. ID 209768 (2009)
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