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Influence of manganese on decomposition of common beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) leaf litter during field incubation

Bibliographic reference Trum, Florence ; Titeux, Hugues ; Ponette, Quentin ; Berg, Björn. Influence of manganese on decomposition of common beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) leaf litter during field incubation. In: Biogeochemistry : an international journal, no. 125(3), p. 349-358 (2015)
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