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Capacity of fatty acid profiles and substrate utilization patterns to describe differences in soil microbial communities associated with increased salinity or alkalinity at three locations in South
Abstract Fatty acid methyl ester (FAME) profiles, together with Biolog substrate utilization patterns, were used in conjunction with measurements of other soil chemical and microbiological propertiesExpand
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Use of fatty acids for identification of AM fungi and estimation of the biomass of AM spores in soil
Abstract Fatty acid methyl ester (FAME) analysis performed on the spores of four arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi (Glomus coronatum, Glomus mosseae, Gigaspora margarita and Scutellospora calospora)Expand
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Evaluation of soil biological properties as potential bioindicators of soil health
Two long-term field trials in South Australia were used to detect and characterise changes in soil biological properties that were a consequence of different agricultural management. The propertiesExpand
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Biological Indicators of Soil Health
Defining and assessing soil health and sustainable productivity the relationship of soil health to ecosystem health rationale for the development and use of bioindicators of soil health bioindicatorsExpand
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Using the Gini coefficient with BIOLOG substrate utilisation data to provide an alternative quantitative measure for comparing bacterial soil communities
A measure quantifying unequal use of carbon sources, the Gini coefficient (G), has been developed to allow comparisons of the observed functional diversity of bacterial soil communities. ThisExpand
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