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Both sand particles and organic substances enhance activity of free-living, nitrogen-fixing bacteria inhabiting soil of permafrost terrain in East Siberia

@inproceedings{Hashidoko2006BothSP,
  title={Both sand particles and organic substances enhance activity of free-living, nitrogen-fixing bacteria inhabiting soil of permafrost terrain in East Siberia},
  author={Y. Hashidoko and T. Ohchi and R. Hatano and S. Tahara},
  year={2006}
}
  • Y. Hashidoko, T. Ohchi, +1 author S. Tahara
  • Published 2006
  • Geology
  • Although boreal forests produce large biomass, available nitrogen in the soil is poor, because of low soil temperature. Thus the mineralizing activities of the soil microorganisms are also very low. This nitrogen imbalance in boreal forest ecosystem has long time been a mystery for soil scientists and forest ecologists (Binkley et al. 2000). In 2002, a research group of Swedish University of Agricultural Science had reported that cyanobacteria, symbiotically attaching on the surface of a ground… CONTINUE READING
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