Ecology of Denitrifying Prokaryotes in Agricultural Soil

@inproceedings{Philippot2007EcologyOD,
  title={Ecology of Denitrifying Prokaryotes in Agricultural Soil},
  author={Laurent Philippot and Sara Hallin and Michael Schloter},
  year={2007}
}
Denitrification is a microbial respiratory process during which soluble nitrogen oxides are used as an alternative electron acceptor when oxygen is limiting. It results in considerable loss of nitrogen, which is the most limiting nutrient for crop production in agriculture. Denitrification is also of environmental concern, since it is the main biological process responsible for emissions of nitrous oxide, one of the six greenhouse gases considered by the Kyoto protocol. In addition to natural… CONTINUE READING

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